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Williamsburg »

From half-day to extra-rigorous, Williamsburg and Greenpoint offer an array of pre-K programs.

Bushwick »

Bushwick and East Williamsburg pre-K programs receive far more applications than seats.

Crown Heights »

More seats, more classes and more activities are now available for District 17 pre-K students.

Astoria »

While there are a number of pre-K options in the neighborhood, full-time options are limited.

Jackson Heights »

As with much of the city, many Jackson Heights pre-K programs have more applicants than seats.

High Bridge »

Some 80 sites offer pre-K in the South Bronx, where experts say early learning is especially important.

Great Kills & Tottenville »

Applications to top schools greatly outnumber the amount of pre-K seats.

Brooklyn Heights »

There is another option for the hundreds of kids who aren't accepted at Brooklyn Heights' P.S. 8.

Park Slope »

Some Park Slope schools receive several hundred applications for a few dozen pre-K seats.

Civic Center »

The new Peck Slip school, located in Tweed Courthouse, will have two, half-day sections of pre-K.

New York City »

Applications for the city's hundreds of free pre-K programs will be available in early March.

Williamsburg »

Parents can enroll their children in Pre-K until Oct. 31.

New York City »

De Blasio wants to hike taxes on people making more than half a million a year.

New York City »

The DOE will spend $20 million to swap 4,000 half-day seats for full-day ones.