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Behind the Magic

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With the Son of Its Founder at the Helm, 74th St. Magic Continues to Grow By Helping Children Do the Same By D.J. Duckworth Looking at Evan Levey right now—a dark-haired, well-dressed man of 30 who’s soon to be married—it’s hard to imagine him so many years ago as a toddler enjoying one of his [&hellip
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Getting In: The ABCs of School Admission in NYC

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The Mandell School   By Sarah Greene Learn the facts about nursery school admissions in the city. 1. Mark Your Calendars Call it Black Tuesday. The Tuesday after Labor Day is when a number of private nursery schools give out their applications. Miss it and you won’t be able to get an application to those schools for the [&hellip
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Nursery Schools 101

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1. Why Nursery School, Anyway? Because if you don’t get into a good nursery school it’s quite likely that your child will never get into Harvard. Ok, here’s really why: because the majority of nursery school directors create comforting, fun worlds where little people learn to socialize while following their creative and intellectual urges. It’s [&hellip
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Helping Hands

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For parents who feel overwhelmed by the city’s private school admissions process, or just need guidance in a particular area, hiring an admissions consultant is an increasing option—even for nursery school. Nursery school is the place where parents begin to sort out the various educational options available to them, says Roxana Reid, director of Smart [&hellip
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