Parents at Park Slope’s premier middle school were flabbergasted that one of Mayor de Blasio’s deputies used his pull to get his kid enrolled there when he moved from Westchester.
“I don’t like this. That’s not the way things should go,” fumed Brent McCoy, 43, whose daughter is in sixth grade at the ultra-competitive MS 51.
“We worked hard to get our daughter into the school, it takes time . . . Nepotism is not the right way to do stuff.”
Source: Fuming parents stunned by deputy mayor’s ‘string pulling’ | New York Post