Pre-K Year Two; Public Pools; Biking and Breathing

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New York City quadruplets receive pre-K offer letters for P.S. 5 in Washington Heights.

Seventy thousand rising pre-kindergartners received their acceptance letters for year two of New York City's universal pre-k program. Deputy Mayor Richard Buery answers parents' questions about registration and other educational matters. Plus: New York State Assembly member Margaret Markey (Queens-D) talks about a bill she's trying to pass that would end the statute of limitations on child sexual abuse cases; a look at the bigoted past of public swimming pools; an evolutionary biologist argues there's no place for religion in science; and a study on the air city bicyclists breath when they bike on city streets.