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Upper West Side »

Olga Ilyashenko and Julia Stoyanovich want their kids to maintain the Russian they have already learned.


Local education leaders voted to redraw the zone lines for two Brooklyn public schools.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The DOE must build new schools to address local residential growth, Brooklyn leaders said in a letter.

Upper West Side »

Where our kids go to school should not be based entirely on geography, argues Donna Nevel. 

Upper West Side »

DNAinfo mapped out how the city's fourth-graders fared on the state's tough English exam.

Financial District »

Some Downtown schools cut their pre-K, but the Spruce Street School is opening a new 18-seat class.

Upper East Side »

More than 200 pre-K seats will be added to District 2 schools, but none are on the Upper East Side.

Far Rockaway »

P.S. 104 principal Katie Grady is teaching students to "pay it forward."

Kips Bay »

A Kips Bay father launched an app that makes finding information on schools as easy as pressing a button.

Concord »

The schools were announced by Mayor Bloomberg Tuesday.

Great Kills & Tottenville »

Applications to top schools greatly outnumber the amount of pre-K seats.

Battery Park City »

Lower Manhattan's elementary schools are popular but overcrowded.

Central Harlem »

Harlem offers uptown parents an array of charter, magnet and traditional public schools.

Washington Heights »

Parents, educators and elected officials are looking for ways to improve northern Manhattan schools.

Park Slope »

The neighborhood is getting a new K-5 school in the fall of 2013 to ease the space crunch.