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East New York »

Police initially didn't believe that Machael Spencer-Edwards attacked the boy, according to his mom.

Elmhurst »

Elm Community Charter School is the "dream" of educator Priscilla Walton.

Astoria »

The city had been seeking to change a plan to the existing rules, but delayed it one year.

Brownsville »

Yvette Baxter-Sweet is principal of Passages Academy, a school for children in the justice system.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The new project at 80 Flatbush Ave. will also include a cultural facility, offices and retail space.

Olinville »

Lead levels at P.S. 41 in Olinville were previously 16 times higher than those in Flint, Michigan.

Morrisania »

 J.H.S. 145 in The Bronx and M.S. 584 Crown Heights are among those that will close.

East Harlem »

East Harlem's Community Board 11 approved the project with several conditions attached.

East Elmhurst »

The five-story building will be completed by September 2020 and fit 980 students, officials said. 

TriBeCa »

Many public schools across the city don't recite the pledge, although it is a state requirement.

Battery Park City »

Ten schools, including five elementary schools, have tested for high levels of lead.

Woodside »

The city had moved students from an elementary school for autistic kids into trailers in 2001.

Forest Hills »

P.S. 196 has a waitlist more than twice the size of last year's, the Department of Education said.

Central Harlem »

The school said it has not been equitably assessed for serving students with high needs.

Morrisania »

Harriet Tubman Charter School is hoping to construct a new building on E. 166th Street.