The shocking failure of even a single Success Academy charter-school graduate to pass the city’s rigorous entrance exam for specialized high schools (‘Teachout v. Cuomo and the Moskowitz Mandate,’ June 27 issue) should be a wake-up call for all New Yorkers.

Don’t believe the hype. Parents, what do you want for your children—Chancellor Fariña’s five c’s and one e (collaboration, communication, capacity-building, content and celebration, with an e for efficiency) or Moskowitz’s five p’s and one e (power, politics, propaganda, profit and privatization, with an e for exclusion)?

ROBERT BERGER

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