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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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Corporate lawyer traded high-paying gig for calling to educate low-income NYC students
NY Daily News / By Reza Moreno & Ben Chapman
Originally published: 7.8.2017

Malik Russell, principal of Success Academy Cobble Hill Middle School, became a powerful lawyer and then left his high-paying job to help underserved kids. For his passion to help low-income students pave a path to success, Russell is nominated for a Hometown Heroes in Education award.

Reforming Education, Several Hundred Teachers at a Time
Huffington Post / By Eva Moskowitz
Originally published: 7.5.2017

At Success Academy, we expect our teachers to push themselves and constantly improve, but for this to happen, they must have professional development opportunities that are deeply relevant to their classroom experiences.

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See Charter Students Learn by the Numbers
New York Daily News / By Daily News Editorials
Originally published: 7.2.2017

A study by the Center for Research on Education Outcomes concluded that scholars at Success Academies gained the equivalent of 228 extra days in math and 120 in reading per year.

Perkins ’12 Honored for Charter School Work
The HWS Update / By Greg Partyka
Originally published: 6.29.2017

Hobart and William Smith graduate Rashid Perkins was presented with the Success Academy Excellence Award for Teacher Growth, which recognizes teachers who have exhibited the most significant progress in classroom-wide excellence since the start of the school year.

Liberating Black Kids From Broken Schools — By Any Means Necessary
The 74 / By Derrell Bradford, Chris Stewart, & Dr. Howard Fuller
Originally published: 6.26.2017

Low-income and working-class families need, as one of the few levers of power at their disposal, the power to choose the right school for their children — and that those choices should include traditional public, public charter, and private schools.

Project-Based Learning in the Classroom
New York Times / By Kate Taylor
Originally published: 6.23.2017

Ms. Switzer describes her approach as “project-based learning,” a phrase that is often invoked in progressive schools, which prioritize allowing students to follow their interests over direct instruction. Now, 14 years after retiring, Ms. Switzer is helping schools around the city, in a variety of neighborhoods, do what she did at P.S. 234.

In addition to traditional public schools, Ms. Switzer works with Success Academy, the charter school network whose mostly black and Hispanic students regularly best their peers at wealthier schools on the state standardized tests. Success Academy students do four- to six-week studies Ms. Switzer has helped design on topics like the Arctic, birds, the subway system, and the American Revolution. Adaptations of some of these units are available through the new online Success Academy Education Institute, where the network has posted its elementary school literacy curriculum.

Arch Rivals FC Debuts With Story of Success Academy Soccer
Empire of Soccer / By Jake Nutting
Originally published: 6.22.2017

Launching this week, Arch Rivals FC is committed to telling stories from every corner of the world of soccer.

The New York-based media and production company had its sights set on tackling one of the largest issues in American soccer before it zeroed in on the subject of its debut documentary, “Success.”

“Success came out of a larger project we were working on about soccer development in the U.S.,” Greg Purpura, the film’s director, said. “We interviewed a bunch of former players, journalists and coaches about the state of development. We wanted to dig into why there is a relative lack of diversity and players from lower socioeconomic status in the program.”

Purpura and Arch Rival FC’s research led them to Boris Bozic, program director of the soccer program at Success Academy, a network of 41 charter schools across New York City. Three-quarter’s of the school’s network is made up of low-income families and more than 90 percent of the students are children of color.

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Success: A Documentary
Arch Rivals FC
Originally published: 6.22.2017

Has a New York City charter school network discovered a new template for soccer development in America? Arch Rivals FC looks at an innovative, school-based soccer program at Success Academy in New York.

Sahm: NYC Charters Are Leading the Way on School Integration
The 74 / By Charles Sahm
Originally published: 6.14.2017

By creating excellent schools that any parent would be pleased to send their child to and taking concrete steps to promote integration, the city’s intentionally diverse charters offer a model for traditional schools.

Success Academy Puts Lessons Online
NY1
Originally published: 6.15.2017

There is a formula at the 41 Success Academy charter schools that’s led to sky-high test scores and national recognition as an academic powerhouse.

All 14.000 students study the same curriculum, planned down to the lesson, and teachers receive detailed instruction in how to interact with students, down to how children should line up and sit down.

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