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Rego Park »

The number of pre-K seats in the neighborhood will increase from 72 to 118.

Murray Hill »

Full-day pre-K sections are coming to P.S. 116 and P.S. 40 this fall, according to officials.

Ridgewood »

The city will offer additional free pre-K seats in dozens of schools across the five boroughs.

Crown Heights »

Private nursery schools are preparing for big changes thanks to the city's universal pre-K plan.

Bed-Stuy »

The bill would add an alarm system to public school exits across the city.

Vinegar Hill »

The York Street school added 84 new pre-K seats for the 2014-15 school year.

Upper West Side »

Pre-K admission is highly competitive in some neighborhoods, while others have plenty of extra seats.

Civic Center »

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña called parents Monday to let them know about pre-K enrollment.

Windsor Terrace »

The school's pre-K classroom will be used for a second-grade class, the principal announced.

Chinatown »

Hundreds of schools and community groups applied to add about 29,000 new full-day pre-K seats.

Astoria »

The NYU program teaches parents about the power of play and kids about emotional skills.

Civic Center »

Dinkins officials used funds dedicated to Safe Streets, Safe City to plug budget holes, insiders said.

Battery Park City »

P.S. 276 and the Peck Slip School will not run pre-K programs during the 2014-2015 school year.

Vinegar Hill »

The Vinegar Hill school was awarded a federal magnet grant worth $1.8 million.

Brooklyn Heights »

P.S. 8's pre-K, one of the most sought-after programs in the district, won't continue in 2014.