Every year, Team de Blasio tells a bunch of charter schools it just can’t find room for them at any of the city’s school buildings — and every year, the School Construction Authority issues its Blue Book showing that the system has more empty space than ever.
New York Daily News / By Jamaal Salah
Originally published: 10.25.2019
There is only one Success Academy middle school to serve the four SA elementary schools in Southeast Queens and this year, that school reached capacity. There are 227 Success fourth graders who have no idea where they will attend school next year.
New York Post / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 10.17.2019
Success Academy students, parents and staff will fill the steps of City Hall on Monday with a rally to demand justice from Team de Blasio — specifically, long-promised space for a new middle school in Southeast Queens.
Bklyner / By Megan McGibney
Originally published: 10.18.2019
All of the third graders in Success Academy Flatbush (SA Flatbush), which opened in 2016, passed the state tests in both math and the English Language Arts (ELA), while less than half of the rest of students tested across the public schools in Brooklyn managed to pass.
Queens Chronicle / By Michael Gannon
Originally published: 10.3.2019
If Mayor de Blasio has plans for the location of a new Queens-based middle school for the Success Academy charter school organization he is keeping them a guarded secret a week after thousands of Queens parents and students rallied in St. Albans demanding action from City Hall.