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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. 

Bed-Stuy »

One out of five students in the districts experienced homelessness in the last few years, a report says.

Canarsie »

Sorry, kids. Class is almost back in session.

Carroll Gardens »

P.S. 58 The Carroll School is one of District 15's top 10 schools in ELA and math rankings.

Grymes Hill »

The borough had an 18 percent increase of students proficient in English Language Arts this year.

Lower East Side »

The "Gifted and Talented" NEST+M in the Lower East Side boasts near-perfect proficiency among students.

Clinton Hill »

Students at P.S. 11, at 419 Waverly Avenue, had the best ELA and math scores in District 13.

Crown Heights »

Schools in District 17 saw higher pass rates this year, but the area still lags behind state averages.

Concourse Village »

The top scoring school this year in District 7 was Concourse Village Elementary.

Corona »

The increase matches spikes at schools throughout the city on 2016 tests.

Long Island City »

The site will have space for two classes with 36 kids in total, according to officials.

Forest Hills »

Christopher Tselios, 28, offered an officer posing as a 14-year-old girl $500 for sex, officials said.

Midtown »

More than 3 percent of city's 3rd to 8th graders did not take state proficiency exams, officials say.