Founder and President Alison Bernstein weighs in on college admissions in the ‘burbs.
As families explore suburbia, one of the top questions is, often, schools — the local public schools, private options, and what happens after graduation. While it’s tempting to browse past data and matriculation rates, that’s not always an indication of where a community is heading or the experience your child will have during their academic career.
“Every town changes every 10 or 15 years,” Suburban Jungle Founder and President Alison Bernstein explained to The New York Times. “Past performance is not an indicator of future performance. Some are better and some are worse in terms of education.”
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