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Upper East Side »

The change is meant to increase diversity across the city's schools, officials say in a new plan.

Astoria »

The DOE is exploring potential changes to the admissions policy for G&T middle schools in District 30.

Upper East Side »

Eric Goldberg, a member of the District 2 Community Education Council, will call parents who need help.

Upper East Side »

Four schools require students to list them as their first choice in order to get in, rubrics show.

Park Slope »

P.S. 10 sponsors tours to help kids whose parents can't take time off to visit middle schools.

TriBeCa »

DNAinfo New York looked at scores for the ever-important fourth grade English tests.

Park Slope »

A shift to "blind" admissions for middle school won't make them any more diverse, Brooklyn parents say.

Boerum Hill »

City parents want changes made to the stressful and unfair middle school admissions process.

Boerum Hill »

Parents are trying to turn a low-performing middle school into a place they'd want to send their kids.

Park Slope »

Middle schools are no longer allowed to use test scores as a sole or primary factor in admissions.

Inwood »

From parent engagement to admission policies, Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña is making changes.