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Brooklyn Heights »

The mayor fared poorly on issues such as overcrowding and integration, according to NYC Kids PAC.

Park Slope »

The coveted elementary school believes requiring an admission process prevents integration.

Prospect Heights »

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

Greenwich Village »

The Community Education Council for Manhattan's largest school district started a new committee.

Upper West Side »

The West End Secondary School did not have the diverse applicant pool leaders had hoped for. 

Prospect Heights »

An analysis by Chalkbeat New York looked at which public schools reflect the city's racial diversity.

Gowanus »

Unique in the city, P.S. 372 teaches general ed. and special needs students together in every classroom.

Sunset Park »

Carmen Fariña will hold a town hall meeting in Brooklyn's District 15 on Tuesday.

Upper West Side »

After the DOE took a step forward in addressing diversity issues, experts suggest how more can be done.

Fort Greene »

Low-income students, English Language Learners or those in the child welfare system will get priority.

Park Slope »

De Blasio said the vision of PTAs sharing funds is more achievable than integration.

Upper West Side »

Carmen Farina said schools "don’t need to have diversity within one building."

Upper West Side »

City schools are 70 percent black and Hispanic, but their G&T programs are 70 percent white and Asian.

Windsor Terrace »

M.S. 839 is one of nine new schools citywide to open this fall, according to the DOE.  

Upper West Side »

If you're looking to relocate to a better school district, here's how you should do your research.