Readers have commented at length on the vagaries and apparent inconsistencies of the g+t admissions process this year -- both citywide and district placements were delayed, couriered, mailed, faxed and variously communicated, to profoundly mixed results.
How is registration going, for those who accepted seats? For those who declined, what options did you choose instead? We've heard from families who are moving to be nearer their child's school -- and some who, reconsidering a long daily commute with a 5-year-old companion, elected for good local programs.
We're hoping for clarification from the DOE on some of the more pressing issues, like whether any children got into citywide programs with sub-99 or -98 scores, why some school-based programs seems to be closing, and why some kids with 95+ scores were offered seats at schools ranked low on their lists. Let us hear from you; we're sure there's more you'd like to know.