Mayor Bill de Blasio and Chancellor Carmen Farina inside a Mayor Bill de Blasio and Chancellor Carmen Farina inside a “mommy and me” class inside P.S. 316 in Ozone Park. View Full Caption

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NEW YORK CITY — The city’s 3-K program will expand to two more school districts next year on its way to growing citywide — an ambitious plan the mayor said was more difficult than the pre-K program.

The program, which launched this year at schools in District 7 in the Bronx and District 23 in Brownsville, will add six more districts by 2021 before expanding to every district in the city. 

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