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Court Rules City Can’t Regulate Pre-K at Charter Schools

New York Post

The state’s highest court on Tuesday struck down as illegal a New York City edict to regulate pre-kindergarten programs operated […]

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Charter School Network Accuses City of Unfairly Denying Special Ed to Students
Spectrum News NY1 / By Lindsey Christ
Originally published: 5.30.2018

At the Success Academy Bronx 2 Middle School, teachers identified 13 students who needed special education this school year. But the city’s Education Department only approved help for one of them. Success Academy, the city’s largest charter school network, is now alleging discrimination by the Education Department.

Success Academy Unveils 18,000-Square-Foot Soccer Field in Central Harlem
The Bronx Chronicle / By The Bronx Chronicle
Originally published: 5.27.2018

Success Academy unveiled a new turf soccer field at its Harlem North Central school on Thursday. Formerly an expanse of cracking cement, the play yard also features two full-length basketball courts and a playground. Nearly 1,000 children from Success Academy and P.S. 175 Henry H. Garnet, which shares the building on West 134th Street, will regularly play and train there.

New York City is Honoring 17 Exceptional Teachers. Here’s Who They Are.
Chalkbeat / By Alex Zimmerman
Originally published: 5.12.2018

Ashley Wilson, a Kindergarten Teacher at Success Academy Harlem 3 was one of 17 winners of New York City’s Big Apple Award, a competitive prize that rewards “exceptional success” in instruction, impact on student learning, and overall contributions to school communities.

Success Academy Cobble Hill School Shows Artistic Side
Kings County Politics / By Kings County Politics
Originally published: 5.10.2018

Success Academy Cobble Hill and Digital Arts and Cinema Technology High School collaborated on their first annual art parade this week. The event featured over 300 SA students marching while showing off wearable art. Four students from Digital Arts and Cinema Technology High School, which shares a building with SA Cobble Hill, filmed the art parade — the latest example of an ongoing collaboration between the co-located schools.

The Achievement First Story Part 1: The Common Core Hits New York
Charter Growth Fund / By Alex Hernandez
Originally published: 5.7.2018

When New York’s first round of Common Core state test results came out in 2013, student results plummeted across all schools, district and charter. Achievement First’s co-CEO Dacia Toll says “Common Core was like an earthquake and I’m standing over here in the rubble of my charter network and I look up. And darn it if there isn’t this building standing, looking almost unharmed in the middle of this earthquake. Do you know who it was? Success Academies“.

Brooklyn Schools Collaborate Through Art and Film
New 12 Brooklyn / By News 12 Brooklyn
Originally published: 5.8.2018

Two Cobble Hill schools bonded through art and film. Success Academy Cobble Hill and the Digital Arts and Cinema Technology School share a campus. The high school students filmed SA Cobble Hill’s costume arts parade.

New York’s Charters are Still Desperate for Space
New York Daily News / By Charles Sahm
Originally published: 5.3.2018

Last week, the city’s Panel for Education Policy approved seven charter school colocations, providing them space in public school buildings. That brings the total number of charter colocations okayed to 21 this year — double the average during the previous four years of the de Blasio administration. This increase is a welcome change, but the city could still be doing more to find room for charters.

SA Sixth Grader Nura Baalla Wins National Chess Championship
Kings County Politics / By Kings County Politics
Originally published: 4.27.2018

Manhattan Charter School Takes Home 6 Trophies at All-Girls Chess Championship
PIX 11 / By Andrew Ramos
Originally published: 4.25.2018

From the great Kasparov to Bobby Fisher, the game of chess has long been dominated by men where, in terms of popularity, boys out number girls 20 to 1. But at Success Academy Hudson Yards in Manhattan, “queens” reign supreme. The charter school took home six trophies at the 15th Annual All-Girls Chess Championship in Chicago this past weekend.

Charter School Upsets Juggernaut Stuyvesant HS on Way to Chess Crown
New York Post / By Selim Algar
Originally published: 4.23.2018

A Success Academy girls chess team upset perennial juggernaut Stuyvesant HS at a Chicago tournament over the weekend to claim its first national championship. The charter network also crowned its first ever individual national champion as Nura Baalla, a sixth-grader at Success’ Hudson Yards location, won the under-12 division.

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