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Upper West Side »

Education officials presented a new zoning scenario Wednesday, to the surprise of residents and leaders.

Gowanus »

In District 15 as a whole, the Department of Education has set aside funding for 3,840 seats by 2019.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The student brought the weapon to the Brooklyn School for Career Development on the first day of class. 

Vinegar Hill »

The rezoning for the Vinegar Hill school highlighted a lot of issues about race.

Corona »

The city removed the playground at P.S. 28 to make room for three pre-K trailers.

Clinton Hill »

The 15-year-old brought a .22 caliber handgun to his Clinton Hill school on the first day of classes. 

Upper West Side »

Students headed back to school Thursday, but will only have a few days before their first holiday.

Bed-Stuy »

P.S. 26 was among several schools launching a G&T pilot program.

Crown Heights »

It's the first day of the 2016-2017 school year — there's no better time for a pop quiz.

Carroll Gardens »

The Carroll Gardens school will hold two pre-K classes at 131 Union St., officials said.

Upper West Side »

Increased diversity efforts and discipline changes are on deck for this coming school year.


The Dock Street School for STEAM Studies was unveiled Tuesday at a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Upper West Side »

Local schools continued their upward trajectory on the 2016 state English and math exams, data shows.

New York City »

The public school calendar has a two-day week and a four-day weekend in the first five weeks of school. 

West Harlem »

A West Harlem school eliminated its art and music rooms to accommodate students.