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The center, at 355 E. 76th Street, will include at least 180 pre-K seats, officials said. 

Bushwick »

The should open next week, if it receives approval from the city, administrators said.

Gowanus »

Locations in the Van Brunt diary overlap with possible burial sites of Battle of Brooklyn soldiers.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The center will provide "complete immersion into the Russian language and culture," its co-owner said.

High Bridge »

The city plans to provide free pre-K for all 3-year-olds in the city by 2021.

Upper East Side »

The new seats are only guaranteed for one to three years, officials said.

Park Slope »

This school-based program has a measurable impact on students' performance and health, organizers said.

Inwood »

DNAinfo has rounded up an essential guide for parents looking for free pre-K in New York City.

Upper West Side »

P.S. 191 wants to offer Mandarin classes to its youngest students next year. 

Upper West Side »

The Department of Education is adding a third-grade G&T class to District 3 next year.

Long Island City »

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

Yorkville »

For the first time, the DOE is hosting information sessions in all 32 school districts.

Prospect Heights »

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

Corona »

The city removed the playground at P.S. 28 to make room for three pre-K trailers.

Carroll Gardens »

The Carroll Gardens school will hold two pre-K classes at 131 Union St., officials said.