From The New York Times: The list of public schools in New York City at risk of being closed down has risen to 47. The number of schools grew from 20 after the city’s Department of Education added high schools, charter schools and more middle schools to the list. The list is generated annually and eventually narrowed to the before city officials announce which schools actually will close.
RELATED: Parents in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn ask Chancellor to not to close their schools. (The New York Times)