NEW YORK --
The Bloomberg administration has released its latest hit list for shutting down poorly performing schools.
It includes 16 in the bronx, a dozen in Brooklyn and four each in Manhattan and Queens.
The 36 schools that received grades of F, D or a third consecutive C could be shut down for good if things don't improve.
Last year, 11 of the 20 schools that ultimately made the list are in the process of closing or are already closed.
Here's the complete list of schools:
Bronx P.S. 154 Jonathan D. Hyatt M.S. 203 Young Leaders Elementary School Performance School J.H.S. 125 Henry Hudson The Bronx Mathematics Preparatory School P.S. 064 Pura Belpre P.S. 132 Garret A. Morgan P.S. 230 Dr Roland N. Patterson MS 142 John Philip Sousa Globe School for Environmental Research P.S. 006 West Farms P.S. 050 Clara Barton The School of Science and Applied Learning Mott Haven Academy Charter School Bronx Community Charter School
Brooklyn P.S. 067 Charles A. Dorsey P.S. 167 The Parkway Middle School for Academic and Social Excellence J.H.S. 166 George Gershwin P.S. 174 Dumont P.S. 224 Hale A. Woodruff J.H.S. 302 Rafael Cordero P.S. 073 Thomas S. Boyland P.S. 165 Ida Posner General D. Chappie James Middle School of Science J.H.S. 291 Roland Hayes I.S. 349 Math, Science & Tech
Manhattan J.H.S. 013 Jackie Robinson M.S. 45/S.T.A.R.S. Prep Academy P.S. 133 Fred R Moore P.S. 132 Juan Pablo Duarte
Queens J.H.S. 008 Richard S. Grossley P.S. 140 Edward K Ellington I.S. 059 Springfield Gardens P.S. 156 Laurelton
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