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By Albert Amateau

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Preoccupied with protests

New School and New York University students rallied outside The New School’s 55 W. 13th St. last Thursday, demanding charges be dropped against the students who had briefly occupied the school’s 65 Fifth Ave. the previous Friday. They later blocked Fifth Ave. and three were arrested. For article.

Village tots in tough spot; Kindergarten seats scarce

Despite assurances by the Department of Education, many Village parents feared this week that they would not have an acceptable option to get their 5-year-olds into kindergarten in neighborhood public schools in September.

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