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Forest Hills »

New York City’s public schools had the least oversized classrooms in more than seven years.

Forest Hills »

The extension is slated to be built by September 2019.

East Flatbush »

The DOE's Learning Partners Program matches up schools to help them learn from each other.

Bed-Stuy »

Community Education Council for District 16 will host a meeting on G&T programs for Brooklyn parents.

Upper West Side »

The city plans to turn 100 public schools into "zero waste" buildings over the next five years.

Carroll Gardens »

A meeting on Oct. 21 will address overcrowding at the neighborhood schools.

Far Rockaway »

The teams had stopped for halftime when shots were fired next to the field, police said.

Far Rockaway »

More than 18 percent of the city's public school students have special needs, according to data.

Sunnyside »

Parents want the city to build a new school on a lot at 37th Avenue and 48th Street.

East Elmhurst »

A 600-seat middle school could open on the empty East Elmhurst lot, according to a proposal.

Brooklyn Heights »

The proposal would redraw the zone lines for P.S. 8 and P.S. 307.

Upper West Side »

DNAinfo ranked the city's schools based on the results of their fourth grade English and math tests.

Central Harlem »

Parents of Central Park East II school did not have school buses for the first month of class.

Vinegar Hill »

The DOE unveiled its finalized plan for rezoning P.S. 8 and P.S. 307 before a packed crowd on Wednesday.