P.S. 321 in Park Slope. Photo courtesy of Google Maps
The Department of Education unveiled a revised proposal on Tuesday to rezone Park Slope’s highly sought-after schools, expanding the number of families who would be cut from Public School 321’s zone, but leaving P.S. 39’s boundaries alone, according to the New York Times. While P.S. 39 parents are happy, parents kicked out of P.S. 321’s zone are outraged. More here.
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