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As Albany wraps up its session, Mayor de Blasio pleaded for continued control over city schools.

Brooklyn Heights »

The city's private preschools worry they will lose students to the city's pre-K program for 3-year-olds.

Prospect Heights »

NYC public schools are among the most segregated in the nation, and its pre-Ks even more so, data shows.

Washington Heights »

Experts from a team that's helping coach city schools share their tips with parents.

Bushwick »

A coalition of pre-K centers is asking de Blasio to increase workers' salaries.

Civic Center »

The DOE has moved the process up to Jan. 25 on the heels of a similar schedule shift for kindergarten.

Inwood »

There's a wage imbalance at city-funded programs, with UPK teachers earning more than their directors.

Park Slope »

The DOE is running 57 separate pre-K centers that have 6,700 seats still available for September.