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Williamsburg »

The new principal attributes the change to a shift in school climate.

East Harlem »

Brett Bernstein sent inappropriate photos to two 14-year-old girls, police said.

Upper West Side »

The city doesn't allow middle-school students get free lunch if their school spans grades K-8 or 6-12.

Upper West Side »

A new middle school course is centered on teaching kids the ins and outs of the music business. 

Upper West Side »

Four out of 20 schools with middle school grades consider state test scores in their applications.

Upper West Side »

The West End Secondary School did not have the diverse applicant pool leaders had hoped for. 

Boerum Hill »

The DOE released a plan to phase out all middle school classes at Brooklyn School for Global Studies.

Prospect Heights »

The decision follows months of lobbying by local parents for a dedicated middle school.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Brooklyn LAB students pitched ideas for their new high school to a panel of education experts Wednesday.

Clinton Hill »

Students at Urban Assembly Unison School are growing fresh produce in a hydroponic classroom garden.

Upper East Side »

CEC2 adopted a resolution in October asking the DOE to provide admissions criteria to parents.

Vinegar Hill »

The Panel for Educational Policy will vote on the re-siting of M.S. 313 on Nov. 19.

Lower East Side »

The City School of the Arts, a middle school, is scheduled to open in August 2016.

West Village »

Local parents are spearheading community involvement in a new public middle school in the West Village.


Years after telling parents it would open a new school, the DOE now says it'll expand an old one.