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The city wants to build a new pre-K center inside the park near the New York Hall of Science.

Inwood »

DNAinfo has rounded up an essential guide for parents looking for free pre-K in New York City.

Yorkville »

Manhattan Schoolhouse will open a new space on First Avenue to fit more students into its programming.

Upper East Side »

The Department of Education will send out an RFP for pre-k providers this week, it said.

Civic Center »

The mayor faces a backlash amid a growing number of scandals, according to reports.

Gowanus »

Historians demanded a thorough archeological study of the proposed pre-K site on Ninth Street.

Inwood »

There's a wage imbalance at city-funded programs, with UPK teachers earning more than their directors.

Windsor Terrace »

Enrollment for the city's free pre-K programs opens Monday.

Corona »

Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras urged centers throughout her district to come forward if they have space. 

Windsor Terrace »

The director of Little Nest's two locations has spent her own money while waiting for funds.

Fort Greene »

Some pre-K programs in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill are in high demand while others have empty seats.

Jamaica »

Rising Stars Islamic School was one of the nine UPK sites the city canceled or postponed this year.

Jackson Heights »

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

Jamaica »

Sandra's Sunflower Child Care on Sutphin Boulevard has filled all its 44 full-day universal pre-K seats.

Park Slope »

Even if your child got rejected from public school pre-K this round, there are still ways to get a seat.