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kindergarten waitlists

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Cobble Hill »

Schools in Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens all had kindergarten waitlists.

Forest Hills »

Kindergarten offers were sent Wednesday, and waitlists were down, the city said.

Upper West Side »

Not sharing where a family sits on a school waitlist keeps them unnecessarily in the dark, said the CEC.

Long Island City »

Parents have pushed for more local school seats in Hunters Point, which only has one elementary school.

Carroll Gardens »

The Department of Education and most charters kicked off kindergarten applications a month early.

Long Island City »

Gantry Parent Association was created last month in response to the lack of nearby schools.

Long Island City »

Parents worry public school seats aren't keeping up with the growing neighborhood.

Brooklyn Heights »

More than 1,200 families were waitlisted at their zoned schools, according to DOE data released Tuesday.

Upper West Side »

P.S. 87 and P.S. 9 are both getting an additional kindergarten class next school under the DOE's plan.

Sunset Park »

Jovita Sosa was repeatedly told a new DOE computer system, not principals, controls enrollment.

Astoria »

Here are tips on what to do if your family is still waiting for a seat.

Park Slope »

Park Slope's P.S. 321 blamed their waitlist on families falsely claiming to live in its zone.

Long Island City »

31 students are waitlisted for kindergarten at P.S. 78, the only elementary school in the neighborhood.

Kips Bay »

Zoning changes that begin to take effect in fall of 2013 will help reduce overcrowding in the area.