In New York City, Queens bears the brunt of crowded schools

Oct. 12, 2009
Two-thirds of the city's 5,100 overcrowded classrooms are in Queens

From The New York Daily News: More than half of New York City's 6,749 overcrowded classes this year are in the borough of Queens, according to a recent survey by the United Federation of Teachers. Queens had 3,429 of the city's 5,146 oversized high school classes.

Also: Read the teachers union news release.

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