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Test Scores Don’t Lie: Charter Schools Are Transformative

Wall Street Journal

The highest performing charter schools, like Success Academy, have actually reversed the achievement gap. Black and Hispanic students from Central […]

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Children caught in the crossfire of de Blasio’s vendetta
New York Post / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 10.12.2017

Is Mayor de Blasio really willing to sacrifice the future of 842 sixth-grade kids to further his vendetta against charter schools? That’s how many Success Academy and Bronx Charter School for the Arts students will be forced back into the regular public schools if the city Department of Education continues to stall on OK’ing the charters’ request for space to open new middle schools.

Fresh proof of charter-school miracles
New York Post / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 10.4.2017

Yet another study is out showing New York City charters outperforming the regular public schools — even as Mayor de Blasio keeps on working to stifle charters’ growth.

Thousands of Parents Write Mayor De Blasio as NYC Stalls in Identifying Available Space for Charter Schools
The 74 / By Laura Fay
Originally published: 9.26.2017

Thousands of charter school parents across New York City are trying to get their mayor’s attention. As the New York Daily News reported late last week, an initial mountain of letters were delivered to City Hall last Thursday, all signed by parents petitioning Mayor Bill de Blasio to speed up the city’s approval process for charter schools still awaiting classroom space.

Mayor De Blasio Should Put Kids’ Education Before Politics
Kings County Politics / By Danny Alfred
Originally published: 9.25.2017

I wish that Mayor De Blasio understood that for a parent, especially a recently widowed one who is trying to find the most nurturing environment for my children, the charter vs. district debate is meaningless. I don’t care if a school is charter or district — I just want a school that works for my kids.

Go further, faster on school integration
NY Daily News / By Sonia Park
Originally published: 9.25.2017

New York City public schools are among the most racially segregated in America. We need to have hard conversations with an eye toward action. New York’s diverse public charter schools are ready to partner and contribute their experience and expertise as part of the solution. We just need the mayor and Department of Education to listen.

De Blasio slammed with thousands of letters from families seeking public space for charter schools
NY Daily News / By Ben Chapman
Originally published: 9.22.2017

City Hall is getting deluged with thousands of letters from families seeking public space for high-performing charter schools. The school leaders, including Success Academy Founder Eva Moskowitz, had given de Blasio a Sept. 1 deadline for getting back to them on space requests for the school year starting in 2018.

Success Academy needs and deserves more public school space
NY Daily News / By Charles Sahm
Originally published: 9.8.2017

The de Blasio administration is sitting on some two dozen charter space requests for the 2018-19 school year, including six from Success Academy, where students not only closed the socioeconomic achievement gap but reversed it, scoring higher on the exams than students in wealthy suburbs. It’s time to do the right thing and make room for charters.

De Blasio breaks another promise to schoolchildren
New York Post / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 9.6.2017

Charter parents and advocates rallied Wednesday at City Hall to protest Team de Blasio’s failure to meet the Sept. 1 deadline to respond to requests for public space. These space requests aren’t frivolous. Charters are bursting at their seams. They now serve 114,000 students, with 48,000 more kids wait-listed.

Evidence Suggests Charter Schools in New York City Succeeding With Less Funding
The Daily Signal / By Jonathan Butcher
Originally published: 8.31.2017

In July, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio made a deal with state legislators: The mayor would retain control of city schools for two more years in exchange for a commitment to increase the number of charter schools.

It’s no secret to New Yorkers that de Blasio opposes charter schools—public schools that typically operate independent of traditional school districts—and he has engaged in high-profile efforts to slow charter school growth.

But new research suggests that what The New York Times calls his “unwritten concession” on charter schools may work out well for taxpayers and students.

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