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District 6 Community Education Council

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Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña promised changes at a meeting uptown on Thursday.

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Parents and advocates are furious that the DOE is moving ahead with the Bloomberg-era co-location plan.

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The controversial online kindergarten application system is a "ticking time bomb," parents said Thursday.

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Few uptown kids who are learning English as a second language passed the Common Core tests.

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Parents from across the city spoke out against co-locations at a protest outside of Tweed Courthouse.

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Some parents want the Panel for Educational Policy to slow DOE plans to add two new co-locations uptown.

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The already-divided P.S. 192 Jacob Schiff and Inwood 52 are being eyed for further colocations.

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The plan, shelved last October amid public outcry, will be discussed at a CEC meeting on May 28.

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Parents can choose among a range of bilingual, choice and zoned schools.

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The District 6 Community Education Council will host the fair on Saturday at P.S. 48 Michael Buczek.

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Parents joined City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez in expressing concerns about uptown public schools.

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Bryan Davis, who led the push to scrap elementary school zones, stepped down from a CEC leadership post.

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Many Spanish-speaking parents do not know about a controversial de-zoning plan.

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Parents said they were left out of the plan to eliminate uptown school zones.

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The controversial plan likely will not go into effect in 2013, officials said.