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Fort George »

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña said the city will open 41 new classes for students with autism.

Park Slope »

Like schools citywide, Park Slope Collegiate has seen a drop in violent incidents, data show.

Brooklyn Heights »

Parents fear the loss of a kindergarten class will result in a waitlist at the popular P.S. 8.

East Harlem »

Police searched P.S. 102 Jacques Cartier for an explosive device, the NYPD said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Matthew Dallas-Fields, 16, brought a loaded gun to High School for Environmental Studies, police said.

Financial District »

A class of 108 pre-K seats is opening at 2 Washington St., which houses the treatment center Exponents.

Prospect Heights »

All four incidents happened within a week of each other in Brooklyn, police and school staff said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Clinton School for Writers and Artists will move to a new building next year and add a high school.

Financial District »

Parents and students at the Spruce Street School joined hands to protest Cuomo's controversial reforms.

Bed-Stuy »

The Department of Education will close the Ethical Community Charter School due to poor test scores.

Kips Bay »

P.S. 116's policy is going before CB2's schools and education committee Monday night.

Kips Bay »

P.S. 116 stopped assigning math worksheets and essays as homework, angering many parents.

Park Slope »

The Department of Education's capital plan calls for $65.3 million in upgrades at District 15 schools.

Gramercy »

The city lifted a longstanding ban Monday, allowing students to bring cellphones to school.

Mott Haven »

Enrollment declined by 31 percent since 2009 at 33 of the borough's schools, a report found.