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Woodside »

About 60,000 are only getting partial support and another 8,500 are reported to get none at all.

Civic Center »

The Department of Education has quietly circulated a letter clarifying its policy.

Bed-Stuy »

Parents and teachers at P.S. 297 are opposing the proposal for a new Success Academy in the building.

Sunset Park »

The report found that 4 special needs students, including Nashaly Perez, walked out of school on Sept 15

Park Slope »

Linda Mazza says parents and teachers at P.S. 295 work to make sure they meet the needs of all children.

Woodside »

"It all ended well," Chancellor Carmen Fariña said after the boy was found.

Gowanus »

P.S. 372 is holding a fundraiser Nov. 15 to raise money for a new dance floor.

Central Harlem »

Public Advocate Bill de Blasio calls the move harmful to public school students.

Downtown »

Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said attendance for District 75 was down about 40 percent Wednesday.

Ridgewood »

The bus was hit at Metropolitan Avenue and Mt. Olivet Crescent about 9 a.m., officials said.

Manhattan »

New York City saw a nearly 28 percent increase in the number of children with autism from 2009 to 2011.

Manhattan »

The city could be on the hook for the cash after failing to place 2,500 special needs kindergarten kids in public schools.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Crews are working around the clock to get ready for 125 students moving from the Lower East Side school.

East Village & Lower East Side »

A total of 125 middle schoolers will reportedly move to Cooper Square to accommodate the expansion.

East Village & Lower East Side »

The Dept. of Education has backed off an expansion plan that would have shuffled special-ed students.