From the Daily News:
Three times as many city schools won't have space for all their kindergartners next fall - even with larger classes, the Department of Education says.
The DOE proposed increasing class size to a maximum of 25 students at schools that will have to accommodate the 3,448 students from city day care centers, which are slated to close their kindergartens.
Even then, education officials say, 112 schools won't have space for their local kindergartners. They said 34 schools had to turn away kindergartners last fall.
Hey let's continue unchecked growth, illegal immigration and illegal conversions since these policies have worked so well thus far.