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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.

Bushwick »

Parents at I.S. 49 and I.S. 347 oppose plans to give a charter school more space in their building.

Bed-Stuy »

The program will be the first for middle school students in the district, officials said.

East Harlem »

The planned residential tower is too tall and unaffordable for residents of East Harlem, neighbors say.

Grant City »

A new cursive writing lesson plan has been developed, though it's not mandated as part of curriculums.

East Harlem »

A plan to house Teachers College Community School at P.S. 36 could disrupt students, some fear.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The city isn't accounting for development at the Hudson Yards and along the High Line, CB4 members said.

Washington Heights »

Consuelo Villegas has been working with parents in city schools for over 30 years.

Upper West Side »

More rigorous lead testing rules have found more elevated levels, but the city says students are safe.