As overcrowding at the city’s schools reaches unbearable levels and newly hip neighborhoods fill with strollers and nannies, the city’s Department of Education and its head, Chancellor Joel Klein, are considering new options to alleviate the crunch. Since new school construction is so gosh darned expensive and fraught with red tape, the DOE is considering another option–changing the boundaries of the city’s school districts to try and even out the load.
Say It Ain't So, Joe
Notice how large Queens school districts are compared to the rest of the boroughs. Staten Island seems pretty f*cked, too.