New York City will open 42 new schools later this year

March 2, 2009
Nation's largest system has created 333 new schools since 2002

Forty-two new schools will open across New York City in September, bringing the total number of schools created under Mayor Michael Bloomberg's administration to 333, not including charter schools. The city says it also is committed to supporting new charter schools, 25 of which were recently approved to open in New York City as early as September 2009.

To read the New York City Department of Education announcement, click here.

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