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Civic Center »

Subways and buses are running, schools are closed, roads are slick, and there's no trash pickup.

Financial District »

The Pine Street school will begin offering preschool, kindergarten and first-grade classes in fall 2014.

Chelsea »

Officials nominated longtime P.S. 234 teacher Pat Carney to lead the new school on Sixth Avenue.

Far Rockaway »

P.S. 104 principal Katie Grady is teaching students to "pay it forward."

Inwood »

Students at the Inwood Academy charter school hosted a United Nations children's delegation Wednesday.

Civic Center »

Councilwoman Letitia James filed a Freedom of Information Request asking for a slew of Ed Dept. emails.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

P.S. 51's new building opened on Monday, after families spent two years commuting to the Upper East side.

TriBeCa »

After listening to community feedback, DOE officials said they won't move P.S. 150 to Chelsea.

Yorkville »

The Panel for Educational Policy voted on how students will be admitted to the new school at P.S. 158.

Vinegar Hill »

Roberta Davenport helped build a school locals can be proud of.

Upper East Side »

The Department of Education wants the student body to meet "unprecedented" criteria, critics say.

TriBeCa »

The plan would force students to bus from TriBeCa to the new Foundling School in Chelsea.

Long Island City »

A lack of school options has some LIC parents considering other neighborhoods — for school, or to live.

New York City »

Suspensions are down dramatically after a policy change made schools more lenient.