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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.

Morrisania »

The number of children with lead poisoning has steadily declined over the past five years, records show.

Upper West Side »

Concerning levels of lead were found at P.S. 9 and P.S. 87 amid a flurry of testing citywide.

Bed-Stuy »

Officials say the middle school is under enrolled and the proposal would boost the elementary school.

Roosevelt Island »

Eight faucets had water that tested positive for high levels of lead, the Department of Education said.

East Harlem »

The Schools Chancellor said the city will protect all students, regardless of immigration status.

Upper East Side »

The new seats are only guaranteed for one to three years, officials said.

Hamilton Heights »

Officials confiscated the potential weapon from the 7-year-old student Friday, officials said. 

Flushing »

Interim Principal Rosemarie Jahoda has come under fire from some parents pushing for her resignation.

Bed-Stuy »

The proposal would combine Frederick Douglass Academy IV and Brooklyn Academy of Global Finance.

Bed-Stuy »

Officials delayed the proposal after feedback from the school communities, they said.

Astoria »

A record 44,906 students took at least one AP class in 2015-16, up 8.4 percent from the year before.