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Top Private Schools Cost U.S. Families $1 Million

by WSJ Live 3:13 mins

Top Private Schools Cost U.S. Families $1 Million

by WSJ Live 3:13 mins

Going to a top private school could cost an American family with two children nearly $1 million—or $500,000 per child. But short of that, sending your kids to any better-quality school—even a public school—can considerably increase the costs of being a parent. Quentin Fottrell joins MoneyBeat with Paul Vigna.

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