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Upper West Side »

Four out of 20 schools with middle school grades consider state test scores in their applications.

Hunts Point »

The number of suspensions from July to December 2015 dropped nearly 32 percent, according to DOE data.

Upper West Side »

With a shorter waitlist at P.S. 199, the urgency of the rezoning has lessened, officials said.

Great Kills »

Parents of students at P.S. 37 have called on the city to replace cramped trailers in the school.

Bed-Stuy »

The local education council will decide whether a program will begin in third grade or kindergarten.

St. George »

The borough president is trying to get a school specifically for students with the learning disability.

Upper West Side »

The waitlist was lower this year at P.S. 199, but not at P.S. 87, according to the DOE. 

Elmhurst »

More than two dozen schools in Queens and the Bronx will have dispensers installed next month.

Arverne »

The principal tried to break up a fight in front of P.S. 42 on Tuesday and was punched, police said.

Bed-Stuy »

A new District 75 site serving special needs students would be co-located with P.S. 26 and Madiba Prep.

Bed-Stuy »

A plan to move students at the Crown Heights school to Bedford-Stuyvesant next year has been withdrawn.

Sunnyside »

The DOE pushed the deadline back from this Friday to next Wednesday for families applying to free pre-K.

Brooklyn Heights »

The Brooklyn Borough Board approved the controversial $52 million sale of the Brooklyn Heights Library.