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NEW YORK, New York — Manhattan mother Nicole Imprescia is suing York Avenue Preschool for grouping her 4-year-old daughter with younger classmates, consequently failing to prepare her for an Ivy League education.

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Daily News reports:

The court papers implied the school could have damaged Lucia’s chances of getting into a top college, citing an article that identifies preschools as the first step to “the Ivy League.”

Imprescia transferred her daughter out of the school after only a month, claiming that she was put into classes with 2-year-olds.

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