NYC private schools are enforcing policies on enrollment dates

04/30/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Parents who withdraw their children from the top private schools in New York City after school-set deadlines often find they are still expected to pay tuition for the school year. Financial concerns as well as later admission notifications for the city's gifted and talented programs are among the many reasons parents may choose to withdraw, a decision that has led to the private schools suing parents for full tuition payment.

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