This one, though, had nothing to do with sports.
Bronx Times / By Robert Wirsing
Originally published: 3.26.2017
On Saturday, March 11 and Sunday, March 12, 151 scholars representing 15 Success Academy schools traveled to Saratoga Springs, NY to compete in the 50th annual NYS Scholastic Chess Championships.
Seton Hall University News / By Michael Ricciardelli
Originally published: 3.24.2017
Lauren Diorio ’13 was selected as a 2017 Success Academy Excellence Award winner.
Harlem World Magazine / By Harlem World Magazine
Originally published: 3.20.2017
Two weekends ago, 151 scholars representing 15 Success Academy schools traveled to Saratoga Springs, N.Y. to compete in the 50th Annual New York State Scholastic Chess Championships.
Originally published: 3.14.2017
School networks are one of the most important innovations in the modern era of U.S. K-12 education. They have boosted achievement and graduation rates and expanded quality options in the communities that need them the most. Here’s how they work and why they matter.
Today, we are recognizing great school networks including voluntary associations, charter management organizations and school management organizations that have achieved scaled impact to improve education for millions of children.
LinkedIn / By Eva Moskowitz
Originally published: 3.8.2017
Girls can and do excel at math and science — as well as soccer and chess — and poor kids from all neighborhoods and races can achieve at the highest academic level when they are given the opportunities that a world-class education provide.