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Universal Pre Kindergarten

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Washington Heights »

Roughly 70 percent of kids got their first choice of pre-K; 18 percent didn't get their top three.

Jackson Heights »

The annex at the Garden School on Northern Boulevard is still being built out. 

Queens Village »

The city hopes to make it easier for families to enroll in free full-day pre-K programs at nonprofits.

Civic Center »

Mayor Bill de Blasio's first budget includes funding increases pre-K, police precincts and CUNY.

Civic Center »

Nearly 42,000 families applied for public school pre-K seats, a 36 percent increase from last year.

Civic Center »

During a roundtable on the state budget, the mayor said colocations were still the city's decision.

Flushing »

The mayor claimed victory after Albany passed a budget with $300 million per year in UPK funding.

Civic Center »

The state Senate offered $2.7 billion over 5 years for UPK and after-school, but won't permit a tax.

Wakefield »

The Cardinal supports UPK, but was mum about whether it should be paid for with a tax hike.

Windsor Terrace »

The school's pre-K classroom will be used for a second-grade class, the principal announced.

Civic Center »

De Blasio has failed to shore up support among lawmakers, even in his own backyard, officials say.

Civic Center »

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña spent over an hour answering questions on the city's plans.

Civic Center »

State Senate co-leader Dean Skelos said Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan would not come to vote in Albany.

Long Island City »

The mayor promoted universal pre-K, affordable housing, and a living wage in his speech.

Civic Center »

Dinkins officials used funds dedicated to Safe Streets, Safe City to plug budget holes, insiders said.