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The Success of Success Academy Flatbush

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All of the third graders in Success Academy Flatbush (SA Flatbush), which opened in 2016, passed the state tests in both […]

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Success Academy Works For My Kid - http://tntp.org/blog/post/success-academy-works-for-my-kid
Success Academy Works For My Kid
TNTP Blog / By Ariela Rozman
Originally published: 4.8.2015

I have a shocking confession: I am a Success Academy parent. Imagine my relief, then, when I read the New York Times’ recent article about Success, which marshals a flurry of criticisms about the charter network’s apparently heartless, “no excuses” approach to teaching.

 

Turning Schools into Fight Clubs
Wall Street Journal / By Eva Moskowitz
Originally published: 4.1.2015

If student A’s fist ‘impacts’ student B, they don’t need ‘to dialogue.’ Student A needs to be disciplined.

Record Number of Applications for Success Academy Charter Schools
Press Release / By Success Academy Charter Schools
Originally published: 3.23.2015

Demonstrating a keen demand for high-quality public schools, New York City families are applying to Success Academy Charter Schools in record numbers this year. Still ten days away from the deadline, the top-performing public charter school network has received more than 19.000 unique applications for 2.688 open seats this fall — about seven applications for every open seat — leaving thousands of disappointed families seeking better educational options without an alternative to their zoned schools.

BU alumni goes from English major to science teacher
BU Pipe Dream / By Zuzu Boomer-Knapp
Originally published: 3.20.2015

According to Dolsky, he chose to apply to Success Academy after watching a documentary about the program and what he described as a youthful and passionate environment. After several rounds of interviewing, he was accepted.

Charter Schools are the only hope for high-quality education in New York City
New York Daily News / By Eva Moskowitz
Originally published: 3.18.2015

As founder of Success Academy Charter Schools, I know firsthand the depth of the education crisis in New York City. It is exactly what prompted me to open Success Academy nine years ago — after conducting more than 100 hearings as chair of the City Council Education Committee, I was painfully aware of how badly our schools were failing our city’s children.

Don’t let New York City schools fail your kids - http://nypost.com/2015/03/13/dont-let-new-york-city-schools-fail-your-kids/
Don’t let New York City schools fail your kids
New York Post / By Anthony Sanchez
Originally published: 3.13.2015

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña says that she can turn failing schools into great ones if she changes the principal, gives students an extra hour of class and throws in lots of extra money.

As a former public-school student and parent, I’ve heard these types of promises before. And they’ve never done any good.

Class, reimagined - http://fortune.com/2015/03/10/harlem-charter-school/
Class, reimagined
Fortune Magazine / By Nina Easton
Originally published: 3.10.2015

On a tour of Success Academy’s flagship school in Harlem, Moskowitz shared her philosophy on disrupting education…

Charter Schools CEO Incorporates Soccer Just as NYC FC Looks to City’s Youth Programs - http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2015/02/charter_schools_ceo_incorporates_soccer_just_as_nyc_fc_looks_to_citys_youth.php#more
Charter Schools CEO Incorporates Soccer Just as NYC FC Looks to City’s Youth Programs
Village Voice Blog / By Joe Lamport
Originally published: 2.27.2015

The foundation of Moskowitz’s soccer initiative is Boris Bozic, hired in 2014 to run the Success Academy program. Bozic played club soccer in his native Serbia for OFK Belgrade‘s youth team and the then-Yugoslavia’s under-17s. He parlayed his talent for education, landing in Chicago in 2005, where he helped Judson College to fifth in the national rankings and to the NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) nationals. He transferred to play in the NCAA Division 1 for Monmouth University’s team, which brought him to New Jersey.

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