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Fort George »

The schools chief said parents should buy the language teaching material for their kids.

Bed-Stuy »

The city voted to combine J.H.S. 57 and M.S. 385, which will share a building with two other schools.

Sunset Park »

A recently shuttered hotel is among the sites proposed for a new school.

Bed-Stuy »

The charter school plans to open a new Bed-Stuy location inside P.S. 297's Park Avenue building.

Midtown »

Most kids will be off from Christmas through Jan. 4. 

College Point »

LAPD Chief of Police blasted NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton Tuesday.

Sunset Park »

P.S. 169's PTA president said the school administration called Santa Claus a "religious figure."

Prospect Heights »

Prospect Heights residents voiced concerns at a presentation by the building's architect on Wednesday.

Jackson Heights »

I.S. 145's dual-language program was the first in Queens and will become a model for schools citywide.

Bed-Stuy »

Parents and teachers at P.S. 297 are opposing the proposal for a new Success Academy in the building.

Bed-Stuy »

If approved, the two would be combined into one school starting in September 2016, officials say.

Long Island City »

Gantry Parent Association was created last month in response to the lack of nearby schools.

Forest Hills »

The former Parkway Hospital building has sat empty since it closed in 2008.

Far Rockaway »

The school will move into a middle school building on Nameoke Street, officials said. 

Vinegar Hill »

The Department of Education presented its final proposal for the rezoning of P.S. 8 and P.S. 307 Monday.