School Zoning

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Upper West Side »

Some parents are pushing back against a de-zoning that would do away with zoning lines altogether.

Upper West Side »

Leaders voted for P.S. 191 to switch locations with the forthcoming P.S. 342, set to open in 2018.  

Upper West Side »

Under a new proposed zoning plan, P.S. 191 would serve pre-K-2 and P.S. 342 would serve grades 3-8.

Upper West Side »

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

Upper West Side »

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Upper West Side »

Eighty percent of P.S. 191 students are disadvantaged in an area with apartments selling for millions. 

Windsor Terrace »

Parents say the proposed rezoning would force kids to travel too far to school on dangerous streets.

Long Island City »

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

Washington Heights »

A DOE representative met with the District 6 CEC for two very confrontational public meetings this week.

Chelsea »

A controversial split between the zone encompassing P.S. 3 and P.S. 41 will be decided next month.

Kips Bay »

Nearly 50 parents signed a petition claiming the zoning lines for the new P.S. 281 would hurt the school.

Inwood »

Parents joined City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez in expressing concerns about uptown public schools.

Washington Heights »

Getting rid of school zones could affect property values, brokers said.

Washington Heights »

The controversial plan likely will not go into effect in 2013, officials said.

Washington Heights »

The proposal is going through public review and could take effect as soon as the fall of 2013.