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Does Pre-K Make Any Difference?
The New York Times / By David L. Kirp
Originally published: 10.3.2015

Boston’s teachers are taught to understand the complexities of child development, and receive abundant coaching from knowledgeable veterans. The curriculum is calculated to get children’s minds in gear.

It’s Not ‘UPK For All,’ Parents Charge, It’s ‘UPK For Some’ - http://www.kingscountypolitics.com/9744-2/
It’s Not ‘UPK For All,’ Parents Charge, It’s ‘UPK For Some’
Kings County Politics
Originally published: 2.9.2016

For Sarah Polanco, a longtime Williamsburg resident and parent of two young children, the de Blasio Administration’s highly marketed universal ‘Pre-K for All’ campaign should be tweaked to ‘Pre-K for Some’ to reflect a bigger reality.

Charter schools under pressure as always
Queens Chronicle
Originally published: 2.4.2016

The war against charter schools being waged by much of the education establishment and City Hall on multiple fronts continues unabated.

Angela Duckworth Tells Educators: Grit + Purpose = Success
Market Brief / By Michele Molnar
Originally published: 1.23.2016

It takes grit—a powerful, sustained passion—for learners young and old to ultimately succeed in school and work, Angela Duckworth, a psychology professor who studies top achievers, told an audience of educators and ed-tech providers here at BETT, the world’s largest ed-tech tradeshow.

The real special-ed scandal is in regular public schools
New York Post / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 1.24.2016

The latest attack on the city’s largest charter-school network comes via a federal complaint filed by parents of 13 special-education students once or still enrolled in a Success Academy. Yet the real special-ed scandal in this town centers on the shameful way the regular schools fail such children.

Charter school supporters rally in Albany for equal money - http://nypost.com/2016/01/21/charter-school-supporters-rally-in-albany-for-equal-money/
Charter school supporters rally in Albany for equal money
New York Post / By Kirstan Conley and Bob Fredericks
Originally published: 1.21.2016

More than 500 cheering, chanting New York City charter-school students and supporters rallied in Albany on Wednesday to demand equality with traditional public schools when it comes to state funding.

Justice Scalia’s Message to Black Children - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nicholas-simmons/justice-scalias-message-t_b_8828078.html
Justice Scalia’s Message to Black Children
Huffington Post / By Twink Williams Burns
Originally published: 12.17.2015

It is not that these students are deficient in capability or intellect; it’s that society has failed them by allowing public schools to deny them the tools they need for postsecondary success.

Why Students Need to Sit Up and Pay Attention - https://www.successacademies.org/app/uploads/2015/11/WSJ.EvaDiscipline_11.12.pdf
Why Students Need to Sit Up and Pay Attention
Wall Street Journal / By Eva Moskowitz
Originally published: 11.12.2015

I wish I could claim that I’ve developed some revolutionary pedagogical approach at Success, but the humbling truth is this: Most of what I know about teaching I learned from one person, an educator named Paul Fucaloro who taught in New York City district schools for four decades.

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Defending Success Academy
NY Times / By Madeleine Sackler and James Lawler
Originally published: 11.6.2015

We witnessed the overwhelmingly positive impact that the Success Academy’s teaching philosophy and methodology have on its students. We also saw the enthusiasm of the majority of parents with children in the school and the joy within its classrooms.

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