Tucker Reed of DBP on the hot seat at Community Board meeting regarding schools

At a recent CB2 meeting, the several board members raised the issue of schools.

Board member Nancy Wolf was concerned about the children in the neighborhood. “What are the plans for the new school?” she asked. “Because I know that the nearby schools have had a lot of pressure accommodating students out of district.”

Reed admitted the growing population of Downtown Brooklyn is causing issues with school overcrowding, and said the partnership will help raise the issue as a red flag and try to connect the community board with the Department of Education.

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