School rezoning

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Upper West Side »

Leaders said their plan will ends "egregious segregation" in several neighborhood public schools.

Upper West Side »

The CEC has weighed in with zoning recommendations for the first time in the 2016 rezoning process.

Upper West Side »

The Department of Education presented more details on the latest plan, which were met with frustration. 

Upper West Side »

School leaders are discussing moving P.S. 191 to a new building and P.S. 452 into 191's old building.

Windsor Terrace »

District 15 schools with waitlists include P.S. 39, P.S. 58, P.S. 169 and P.S. 194.


Local education leaders voted to redraw the zone lines for two Brooklyn public schools.

Upper West Side »

From education to transportation to real estate, big changes are coming to the neighborhood this year.

Upper West Side »

Instead of presenting its final plans on Nov. 2, the DOE will host small group sessions.

Vinegar Hill »

The DOE unveiled its finalized plan for rezoning P.S. 8 and P.S. 307 before a packed crowd on Wednesday.

Windsor Terrace »

Families want the new M.S. 839 to draw students from Red Hook, Park Slope, and Sunset Park.

Kensington »

Parents at P.S. 230 and P.S. 130 want crossing guards, better signage and other safety upgrades.

West Village »

Arty P.S. 3 is a reflection of the West Village's bohemian history, Calvin Trillin said.

Greenwich Village »

Starting in fall 2014, Village families will no longer have the option of two public elementary schools.

Greenwich Village »

Principal Kelly Shannon says passing the DOE's latest rezoning proposal is among her top priorities.

Kips Bay »

The school will house just grades K through 5th to create more room for kindergartners, officials said.