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Fort Greene »

Fort Greene and Clinton Hill schools were not among Brooklyn's high scorers.

Lower East Side »

How did your child's school fare on the state exams this year? Find out with our interactive map.

Mott Haven »

Scores went up overall, but a racial gap in the test results still persists, data shows.

St. George »

The vote for the expansion was approved 41 to 1 at Friday's council meeting.

Civic Center »

Officials expect 70,000 children to enroll and plan to give parents more program choices. 

TriBeCa »

Lower Manhattan schools consistently scored higher than city averages.

Upper West Side »

The state designated the local elementary and middle school as "persistently dangerous."

Greenwich Village »

New York City released the 2015 ELA and math test results for grades 3-8 on Aug. 12.

Morrisania »

Health inspectors now plan to visit P.S. 325 for the first time since a teacher there died in April.

Civic Center »

The DOE says 95 percent of parents are satisfied with their kids' schools. Experts aren't surprised.

Corona »

P.S. 143 Alumni Association members have created a scholarship fund for students in the current classes.

Williamsburg »

Jesus Lorenzo, 69, inappropriately touched a girl in De Hostos Playground, police said.

Bed-Stuy »

The mayor was a special guest speaker for the ceremony at one of the city's 94 long-struggling schools.

Lower East Side »

A fire broke out at 145 Stanton St., which houses three schools, early Friday morning.

Chelsea »

John DiFiore had a sexual relationship with a boy 39 years younger than him, police said.