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The new program will be housed on the first two floors of an office building at 27-35 Jackson Ave.

Sunnyside »

Readers weigh in on whether the need for a new school outweighs the site's architectural significance.

Sunnyside »

The city is considering a new middle school for the site at 38-04 48th St. in Sunnyside.

Gowanus »

In District 15 as a whole, the Department of Education has set aside funding for 3,840 seats by 2019.

Sunnyside »

The School Construction Authority wants to build the new school on 48th Street and Barnett Avenue.

Long Island City »

The school will seat 600 students and will be completed by the end of 2020, officials said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The SCA has received funding for more than 3,000 new school seats in the Downtown Brooklyn area.

Long Island City »

The budget includes more than $200 million for four new schools in the area, Van Bramer said.

Woodside »

P.S. 361 will serve pre-k and kindergarten students this year, as well as kids from nearby P.S. 11.

Long Island City »

A petition calling for a school to be built at the affordable housing site has more than 400 signatures.

Long Island City »

Parents still worry that a lack of school space will continue to be a problem in the neighborhood.

Upper West Side »

The most seats are coming to Queens, with the fewest slated for Manhattan and Staten Island.

Sunset Park »

Some parents who are tired of waiting for new schools want the city to consider adding one on Third Ave.

Financial District »

The Pine Street school will begin offering preschool, kindergarten and first-grade classes in fall 2014.

Chelsea »

Officials nominated longtime P.S. 234 teacher Pat Carney to lead the new school on Sixth Avenue.