So, remember how in December we concluded that there's nothing that a public school can do to successfully fight off co-locations with other schools?
Well, Brownsville Academy High School proved us wrong.
Under Mayor Michael Bloomberg's reign, rulings on co-location proposals seem to be guided by ... More >>
UPDATE: Anyone who fought against the recent round of co-locations can now rest assured that they never had a say in yesterday's Panel on Educational Policy's vote.
The PEP voted late last night to approve every co-location proposal up for consideration. The approvals came after hours of impassione ... More >>
Students, parents and the surrounding community have made it clear that they don't want the New York City Department of Education to co-locate a new school alongside Dr. Susan S. McKinney Secondary School of the Arts in Brooklyn.
But, they're unclear whether they possess the power to stop it from ... More >>
If it's not broken, and it actually works pretty well, let's throw a charter school in there and hope it doesn't break.
That seems to be the philosophy the Department of Education is going with in its proposal to co-locate the newly proposed K-5 Success Academy Charter School Brooklyn 5 at K265 in ... More >>