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The Success of Success Academy Flatbush

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All of the third graders in Success Academy Flatbush (SA Flatbush), which opened in 2016, passed the state tests in both […]

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DOE to finally offer Success Academy public school space in Queens
New York Post / By Selim Algar
Originally published: 3.6.2020

The Department of Education finally proposed a pair of temporary Success Academy co-locations to accommodate excess middle schoolers from southeast Queens — after a three-year war with the network, The Post has learned.

Cobble Hill, Brooklyn: A Village-Like Vibe With Towering Prices
The New York Times / By Julie Lasky
Originally published: 2.19.2020

Success Academy Charter Schools in Cobble Hill enrolls 442 students in kindergarten through fifth grade, of whom 31 percent are black or African-American, 31 percent are Hispanic or Latino, 25 percent are white, 8 percent are Asian and 4 percent are multiracial. On 2018-19 state tests, with results reported from only the third and fourth grades, 100 percent of students met standards in English, versus 61 percent districtwide; 100 percent met standards in math, versus 63 percent statewide.

End the “Easy A”
Education Next / By Seth Gershenson
Originally published: 2.5.2020

Grade inflation is pervasive in American high schools. Over the past 20 years, grade point averages have soared while SAT scores and other measures of academic performance have held stable or fallen. As a result, supposedly “good” grades have become unreliable markers of knowledge and skills.

Parents not thrilled with Success MS site - https://www.qchron.com/editions/south/parents-not-thrilled-with-success-ms-site/article_6ed7c6a1-bea7-5f04-994a-c5fafd412f3b.html
Parents not thrilled with Success MS site
Queens Chronicle / By Michael Gannon
Originally published: 11.21.2019

The de Blasio administration lived up to the letter of the law last week, announcing that it has designated space in South Ozone Park that the Success Academy charter school program can use as a Queens middle school beginning next September.

De Blasio’s slap in the face to schoolchildren who dare to dream - https://nypost.com/2019/11/21/de-blasios-slap-in-the-face-to-schoolchildren-who-dare-to-dream/
De Blasio’s slap in the face to schoolchildren who dare to dream
New York Post / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 11.21.2019

Our Lady’s Catholic Academy, the small, aging former parochial school building in Ozone Park, Queens, is where the DOE proposed to house a Success Academy middle school.

The numbers expose Team de Blasio’s ‘no room’ lies - https://nypost.com/2019/10/28/the-numbers-expose-team-de-blasios-no-room-lies/
The numbers expose Team de Blasio’s ‘no room’ lies
https://nypost.com/2019/10/28/the-numbers-expose-team-de-blasios-no-room-lies/ / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 10.28.2019

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.

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