I’m Saving for Private Pre-School Now

Competition for private kindergarten places among high-status New Yorkers is farcically intense. Jennifer Brozost of Peas, an educational consultancy, recommends that parents apply to 8–10 kindergartens, write “love letters” to their top three, and bone up on how to make the right impression when visiting. Some parents pay for sessions at which their children are coached on how to play in a way that pleases those in charge of admissions.
Like what you read? Give Kevin C Sullivan a round of applause.

From a quick cheer to a standing ovation, clap to show how much you enjoyed this story.