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Woodside »

Sources said 210 students were absent on Thursday from PS 12 on Woodside Avenue.

Bed-Stuy »

CEC16 worries that too many charters will take away the opportunity to improve traditional schools.

St. George »

A section of the wall around Curtis High School was knocked down last week.

Crown Heights »

Graduation rates are up citywide according to new education data, including in Brooklyn's District 17.

Park Slope »

The children involved in the crash were treated and released from the hospital, a DOE spokeswoman said.

Upper West Side »

The DOE is open and supportive of the plan to move P.S. 191 into the P.S. 342 building, officials said.


Local education leaders voted to redraw the zone lines for two Brooklyn public schools.

Bed-Stuy »

School District 16 superintendent Evelyn Santiago will be replaced by her deputy, Rahesha Amon.

Williamsburg »

P.S. 17 in Williamsburg will host the bilingual classes that begin next fall. 

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.