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Success Academy 2018 State Exam Results: #1 in New York

Originally published: 9.27.2018

With 47 schools and 17,000 scholars this year, the Success Academy network is now the size of the state’s seventh-largest school district and educates one in 60 New York City public school students. On this year’s state exams, 98% of Success scholars passed math and 91% passed ELA — making Success #1 for student achievement in New York State.

A Diversity Success Story: Why are de Blasio and Carranza Leaving an Integrated School Hanging?

NY Daily News / By Beverly Persad
Originally published: 9.26.2018

The charter school where Beverly Persad has sent three children, Success Academy Cobble Hill, is exuberantly diverse, with a student body that closely mirrors the district’s demographics: Low-income, white, black and Hispanic students are equally represented. It’s a school with the highest achievement in District 15, as measured on state tests, and the smallest intergroup performance gaps in virtually the entire city. Despite these tremendous achievements, the mayor and the Department of Education have actively obstructed our community, refusing to grant public space for our middle school since 2014.

Charting Success

NY1 / By Inside City Hall
Originally published: 8.10.2018

Success Academy Schools Founder Eva Moskowitz sat down with Errol Louis to talk about the school year ahead and her thoughts on the new Schools Chancellor.

How the City is Failing my Special-Education Students

New York Post / By Liz Vandlik
Originally published: 7.27.2018

On July 10, six Success parents filed a lawsuit in federal court alleging that the DOE panel that handles special-ed cases in the South Bronx, known as the Committee on Special Education 1, routinely discriminates against Success Academy scholars and disproportionately deprives them of their right to an appropriate education. Liz Vandlik, a Success Academy principal, described how she wants CSE 1 to do its part to help this South Bronx community.

How about building more great high schools?

New York Daily News / By Gregory McGinity
Originally published: 7.26.2018

Replicating excellence is already the model of high-performing public charter networks like KIPP New York and Success Academies. They start with a couple of schools, deliver excellent results, and then build more of them. The results are unprecedented, particularly for the students who are low-income and students of color.

Special-ed kids suffer in de Blasio’s grudge against Success Academy

New York Post / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 7.21.2018

Mayor de Blasio hates the Success Academy charter schools so much that his minions are even taking it out on Success kids who need special education.

The ugly facts are laid out in a new suit the network just filed on behalf of six parents whose children were unfairly denied the extra help they’re legally entitled to.

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