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Queens school co-locations approved
Education & Kids Maggie Hayes 11/05/2013 at 2:40PM

Kids, make room. Nine borough school co-locations have been approved and are planned to go into effect by the next school year. For the 2014 to 2015 school year, co-location plans will be executed in Martin Van Buren High School, J.H.S. 226 on Rockaway Boulevard, P.S. 40 in Jamaica, J.H.S. 72 in Jamaica and Long [...]

More speak out against plans to put new school inside Martin Van Buren
More speak out against plans to put new school inside Martin Van Buren
Education & Kids Melissa Chan 10/29/2013 at 4:26PM

More opponents have stepped up to fight the city and its plans to put an early college inside Martin Van Buren High School. “We’re finally climbing out of this rut we were dug into by the DOE,” said junior Sharon Kaur. “Our voices should be heard.” About 40 speakers signed up at an October 23 public [...]

Two more schools may move into I.S. 59
Two more schools may move into I.S. 59
Education & Kids Maggie Hayes 9/09/2013 at 1:25PM

Make room – one Springfield Gardens school could be the home for hundreds of more students come next fall. Intermediate School 59, located at 132-55 Ridgedale Street, is currently under capacity, utilizing about 60 percent of the building, according to enrollment statistics compiled by the Department of Education (DOE). This year, the school will begin [...]

Vote dates set for co-locating Queens schools
Education & Kids Queens Courier Staff 9/09/2013 at 11:05AM

The Panel for Educational Policy (PEP) will vote on four proposals to co-locate multiple Queens schools at the end of October. The PEP — made up of seven mayoral appointees and five representatives from each borough — will meet in Brooklyn on October 30 at 883 Classon Avenue to discuss a series of plans that [...]

Community concerned about crowded Cambria Heights’ Campus Magnet High School
Education & Kids Maggie Hayes 6/26/2013 at 2:24PM

Parents and students worry that adding another school to Cambria Heights’ Campus Magnet High School could crowd artistic minds. The high school is home to four separate schools, all geared towards enhancing students’ artistic and professional ambitions. There is the Humanities and Arts Magnet High School; Law-Government High School; Business, Computer Applications and Entrepreneurship (BCAE) [...]

Panel votes to phase out two Queens schools, may still truncate third
Panel votes to phase out two Queens schools, may still truncate third
Education & Kids Cristabelle Tumola 3/12/2013 at 7:54AM

The Panel for Educational Policy voted early Tuesday morning to close two New York City public schools and phase out 22 more, including two Queens high schools, according to reports. The Law, Government and Community Service High School, and the Business, Computer Applications & Entrepreneurship High School, both in Cambria Heights, will be phased out. The [...]

Parents, teachers, students fight to keep new schools out of Flushing HS
Parents, teachers, students fight to keep new schools out of Flushing HS
Education & Kids Melissa Chan 3/07/2013 at 1:14PM

Parents, teachers and students at an embattled Flushing school are fighting to keep the city out of their space. Scores of supporters gathered at Flushing High School to have their voices heard by the Department of Education (DOE) during an agency-hosted public hearing on February 28. The city plans to add a small district high [...]