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

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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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Why Is Mayor De Blasio Blocking A Great Middle School In Queens?
Queens County Politics / By Dulia Phillip-Johnson
Originally published: 10.25.2017

My son Barack — and 841 other public charter school students — have nowhere to go for middle school next year. As I saw so often their district schools, those in charge (in this case, Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carmen Farina) are hiding behind bureaucracy, using that excuse to avoid giving us answers: Will we have a middle school? Where will it be?

Parent Begs Unmoved De Blasio At Town Hall For More Charter School Space
Kings County Politics / By Ilona Bobritsky
Originally published: 10.20.2017

While district school families have known for months what their options are, Mayor de Blasio and the Department of Education have been continually stonewalling Success Academy’s requests for middle school space. Their actions have left Success Academy parents like me in a constant state of anxiety, not knowing if I would have to uproot my daughter’s life by sending her to a district school.

Hundreds Rally To Demand Educational Equality At Public Charter School Rally
Kings County Politics / By Kelly Mena
Originally published: 10.19.2017

Hundreds of charter school students, parents and educators rallied at Cadman Plaza yesterday to celebrate the impact of Brooklyn charter schools on local communities and demand education equality for every student.

Thousands of Parents Write Mayor De Blasio as NYC Stalls in Identifying Available Space for Charter Schools
The 74 / By Laura Fay
Originally published: 9.26.2017

Thousands of charter school parents across New York City are trying to get their mayor’s attention. As the New York Daily News reported late last week, an initial mountain of letters were delivered to City Hall last Thursday, all signed by parents petitioning Mayor Bill de Blasio to speed up the city’s approval process for charter schools still awaiting classroom space.

Mayor De Blasio Should Put Kids’ Education Before Politics
Kings County Politics / By Danny Alfred
Originally published: 9.25.2017

I wish that Mayor De Blasio understood that for a parent, especially a recently widowed one who is trying to find the most nurturing environment for my children, the charter vs. district debate is meaningless. I don’t care if a school is charter or district — I just want a school that works for my kids.

Evidence Suggests Charter Schools in New York City Succeeding With Less Funding
The Daily Signal / By Jonathan Butcher
Originally published: 8.31.2017

In July, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio made a deal with state legislators: The mayor would retain control of city schools for two more years in exchange for a commitment to increase the number of charter schools.

It’s no secret to New Yorkers that de Blasio opposes charter schools—public schools that typically operate independent of traditional school districts—and he has engaged in high-profile efforts to slow charter school growth.

But new research suggests that what The New York Times calls his “unwritten concession” on charter schools may work out well for taxpayers and students.

Brooklyn Test Results Reveal Charter Schools A Savings Grace In Black/Hispanic Nabes
Kings County Politics / By Kings County Politics
Originally published: 8.29.2017

According to an exclusive KCP numbers crunch of Brooklyn schools results in the recent state exams in math and English Language Arts (ELA) given to third- and eighth-graders, Success Academy Charter schools dominated with nine of the top 20 schools in test scores – including several in black and Hispanic neighborhoods.

Charter Officials Blast De Blasio for ‘Normalizing’ Bad Test Grades
New York Post / By Selim Algar
Originally published: 8.24.2017

Success Academy charter-school officials took dead aim at Mayor de Blasio at a press conference Thursday for “normalizing” the city’s improved but still abysmal state exam results released this week.

Charter School CEO Says Mayor Shouldn’t Celebrate Recent Test Scores
Spectrum News NY1 / By NY1 News
Originally published: 8.24.2017

Test scores show that students at Success Academy charter schools out-perform their public school peers by a wide margin in both Math and English. Success Academy CEO Eva Moskowitz held a news conference to highlight this achievement gap.

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