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Bed-Stuy »

The school will share a building with P.S. 25 despite concerns that the area has too many charters

Bed-Stuy »

If approved, Brighter Choice Community School and Young Scholars' Academy would be combined.

Bed-Stuy »

The city voted to combine J.H.S. 57 and M.S. 385, which will share a building with two other schools.

Bed-Stuy »

The charter school plans to open a new Bed-Stuy location inside P.S. 297's Park Avenue building.

Bed-Stuy »

The middle schools and a high school are slated for closure.

DUMBO »

The Panel for Educational Policy unanimously approved the school's move to DUMBO.

Woodside »

More than 200 P.S. 11 students will be temporarily relocated to P.S. 171 while a new addition is built.

Woodside »

Elected officials took aim at the plan to send students from the Woodside school to Astoria's P.S. 171.

Long Island City »

The Panel for Educational Policy approved the plan to put a new CTE high school in LIC's building.

Melrose »

P.S.1 parents and teachers oppose the DOE's plans to bring an additional school to the building. 

Long Island City »

Critics came out Wednesday night against the city's plan to co-locate a school at LIC High School.

Midland Beach »

Hundreds of parents, students and teachers called on the DOE to stop the co-location plans of I.S. 2.

Yorkville »

The Panel for Educational Policy voted on how students will be admitted to the new school at P.S. 158.

Central Harlem »

Two new school sites for autistic students and a Bronx school closure are among proposals up for vote.

East Harlem »

Central Park East II will expand into a middle school for the 2014-2015 school year.