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Sweeping Attendance Zone Changes Proposed For Elementary Schools In Brooklyn’s District 15
Boerum Hill

Sweeping Attendance Zone Changes Proposed For Elementary Schools In Brooklyn’s District 15

Ps 32 Samuels Mills Sprole, 317 Hoyt Street via Google MapsBy Christina Veiga, Chalkbeat In a bid to relieve overcrowding and help spur integration, the education department is weighing [https://www.chalkbeat.org/posts/ny/2019/05/29/to-boost-diversity-and-address-enrollment-issues-brooklyns-district-15-may-redraw-elementary-attendance-zones/] whether to redraw elementary school zone lines — or remove attendance boundaries

Mayor Signs Bill Requiring Lactation Rooms At Social Service Agencies Into Law
Bensonhurst

Mayor Signs Bill Requiring Lactation Rooms At Social Service Agencies Into Law

> “Our vision is to make life easier for families.” – Mayor @BilldeBlasio [https://twitter.com/BilldeBlasio] #LactationStations [https://twitter.com/hashtag/LactationStations?src=hash] #BillSigning [https://twitter.com/hashtag/BillSigning?src=hash] pic.twitter.com/MxdO0oQoGb [https://t.co/MxdO0oQoGb] — NYC Mayor’s CAU (@mayorsCAU) August 11, 2016 [https://twitter.com/

Public Schools In Districts 13 & 14 Are Eligible For $25K In Neighborhood School Grants
Education

Public Schools In Districts 13 & 14 Are Eligible For $25K In Neighborhood School Grants

Image via Robert Couse Baker [https://www.flickr.com/photos/29233640@N07/7846338906].Applications are now open [https://wff-neighborhood-school-grants.submittable.com/submit] for the Walentas Family Foundation’s Neighborhood School Grants, an annual program to support innovative projects in Brooklyn school Districts 13 and 14. During the 2016-2017 cycle of

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