Paying for an Education Never Delivered

Acceptance to a private school is usually a joyful moment for parents. But when they try to back out of their contracts, things can get hairy, Jenny Anderson writes in a NY Times article. Private schools have sued parents to pony up for the full tuition, even if the child did not end up attending the school. Anderson follows the story of Nicole Smolowitz, who had to withdraw her child from a private school for financial reasons.

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