NYC parents fight to get the education their child deserves

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NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Saturday, March 14, 2015, 8:40 PM

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Mary Beth Charles (right, pictured with son Harry) knew that her sons were going to attend Scholars Academy.

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It didn’t matter to her that the school, launched in 2006, for middle and high school students, only took those with the very best state test scores.

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Her son Harry, 12, aced the highly-competitive entrance interviews, securing himself a place in the sixth grade.

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A year later, he’s thriving at the school, Charles said.

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