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Sunnyside »

Readers weigh in on whether the need for a new school outweighs the site's architectural significance.

Charleston »

Borough President Oddo and Councilman Borelli called on the city to build the school in Charleston.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The city may look for a developer to take over 131 Livingston St. and add up to 700 school seats.

Long Island City »

The DOE said there are currently no plans to truncate the growing school.

Long Island City »

Parents have pushed for more local school seats in Hunters Point, which only has one elementary school.

Long Island City »

The school will seat 600 students and will be completed by the end of 2020, officials said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The SCA has received funding for more than 3,000 new school seats in the Downtown Brooklyn area.

Long Island City »

The budget includes more than $200 million for four new schools in the area, Van Bramer said.

Sunnyside »

Parents want the city to build a new school on a lot at 37th Avenue and 48th Street.

Long Island City »

A petition calling for a school to be built at the affordable housing site has more than 400 signatures.

Long Island City »

Parents started a petition after 50 kids were wait-listed at the neighborhood's only elementary school.

Upper West Side »

The most seats are coming to Queens, with the fewest slated for Manhattan and Staten Island.

Washington Heights »

Kindergarteners use trailers that parents say are unsafe, and have unreliable heat and mold.

West Village »

The long-awaited deal will create additional school seats for West Village and Greenwich Village kids.

Long Island City »

The DOE and the District 30 CEC will approve a zoning plan for the new school sometime this fall.