Success Academy delays reopening after being denied access to buildings
New York Post
The Hechinger Report / By Rhea May
Originally published: 7.31.2019
News 12 The Bronx / By News 12 The Bronx
Originally published: 7.10.2019
An entire graduating class at one charter school in Concourse Village is showing their New York peers that hard work pays off. Every student who took the Algebra 1 Regents at Success Academy Bronx 2 Middle School received a 5-the test’s top score.
New York Post / By Selim Algar
Originally published: 7.1.2019
An entire Bronx charter-school class in the nation’s poorest congressional district not only passed the Algebra I Regents exam — but aced it, officials told The Post.
Pix 11 / By Andrew Ramos
Originally published: 4.25.2019
A middle school soccer team from Harlem has a lot to celebrate after returning home from a European tournament.
Bushwick Daily / By Erik Kantar
Originally published: 4.17.2019
Success Academy Bed-Stuy Middle School took second place in the Under 14 Division at the All-Girls National Chess Championship in Chicago last weekend.
Patch / By Kathleen Culliton
Originally published: 4.15.2019
Success Academy Bed-Stuy Middle School beat out eight other schools to win second prize in the Under 14 Division of the All-Girls National Chess Championship in Chicago this weekend, the school announced.
New York Post / By Patrick Wolf & Corey DeAngelis
Originally published: 4.9.2019
Elected officials and policymakers have a choice about where to invest educational resources and a responsibility to invest wisely. Charter schools are, simply put, a good investment. Our findings are just one more reason why lawmakers in Albany should raise the cap on charters in New York City and give the more than 53,000 Big Apple families on charter waitlists the chance to get the sound education they deserve.
Kings County Politics / By Maria Lopez
Originally published: 4.8.2019
New York Post / By Eva Moskowitz
Originally published: 4.1.2019
Throughout April, the city’s public charters, including Success Academy, the network I operate, will hold their annual lotteries to select who gets a seat. These are needed because city charter schools have far more applicants than available slots for kids. Last year, applications to the city’s public charter schools hit an all-time high. More than 79,600 families vied for fewer than 27,000 seats, leaving 52,000 kids on waiting lists. The solution? Use available space in public-school buildings to co-locate new public charters.