The Review: our annual journal

The Review is the annual education and parenting journal of the Parents League of New York. Authors whose articles have been featured in past issues include Carol Dweck, Jane Goodall, Ned Hallowell, Jane Healy, Wynton Marsalis, Wendy Mogel, Sandra Day O'Connor, Michael Thompson and Alice Waters, in addition to heads of member schools, teachers, and parenting professionals.

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The Review is distributed each year in January to Parents League member families and schools and is available for purchase.

Selected articles from past editions of the Review can be found on the Parents League Blog and in our list of Selected Articles from the archives of the Review.

Advertise: The Review is the only Parents League publication that accepts advertising.

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PLNY Blog

by Lawrence Momo, Director, College Counseling, Trinity School

The process of applying to college is about a great many things, quite apart from where one goes after high school graduation. It is about figuring out what you value, what you want and who you would like your college classmates to be over the next four years.

Navigating the school process with a special needs child can be a stressful time. Educating yourself and finding resources and support for your child and family can help.