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Good Schools, Great Profits

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How does one put a price on a child's education? By looking at the asking prices of apartments in sought-after school districts, duh. Brick Underground's CompsQueen columnist did just that, inspired by the recent WSJ story about Park Slope parents worried about their cherished P.S. 321. Many of the best public schools (Trbeca's P.S. 234, the UES's P.S. 6) are in prized 'hoods to begin with, but of course the schools are part of what makes the areas so appealing. [Brick Underground]