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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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A Charter School Saved My Daughter - http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/alvena-destine-charter-school-saved-daughter-article-1.2098492
A Charter School Saved My Daughter
New York Daily News / By Alvena Destine
Originally published: 2.1.2015

When a school is not invested in its students, when it sets chronically low expectations, it cannot help them succeed. But when a school is committed to its students’ success, the children can do anything.

A School Crisis? Sí
The New York Times / By Eva Moskowitz
Originally published: 1.30.2015

Whether you believe that our school system is in crisis may depend upon whether you are forced to send your child to a failing school, which the crisis-deniers plainly do not do.

Comparing Student Attrition Rates at Charter Schools and Nearby Traditional Public Schools
New York City Independent Budget Office
Originally published: 1.29.2015

Key Findings:

  • On average, students at charter schools stay at their schools at a higher rate than students at nearby traditional schools.
  • Students at charter schools left the city’s public school system at the same rate as students in nearby traditional public schools.
  • When we consider any student identified as having a disability in kindergarten as a special needs student, these students remained at their charter schools through the 2012-2013 school year at a higher rate than similar students at nearby traditional public schools.

Stopping the Bus: The Power of Not Moving On - http://gettingsmart.com/2015/01/stopping-bus-power-not-moving/
Stopping the Bus: The Power of Not Moving On
Getting Smart / By Andrew Malone
Originally published: 1.23.2015

Stopping is the most powerful way to let your constituencies know what you really do and do not value, what you really will and will not tolerate. When a teacher stops a lesson dead in its tracks, it’s a big deal. When a principal stops the school day dead in its tracks, it’s a big deal. Everyone takes note.

Can’t argue with Success
New York Post / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 1.8.2015

Eva Moskowitz’s plans to expand her Success Academy over the next decade to 100 charter schools — including 12 high schools — gives the city a good opportunity to build on some, well . . . success.

On Thursday on these pages, we called for closing three charters where children aren’t learning. By the same logic, we want to encourage the growth of any schools, charter or otherwise, that work.

Vision Rocks: Bridging Vision and Action
Getting Smart / By Andrew Malone
Originally published: 1.3.2015

Principals talk a lot about vision. Take a look at any set of school leadership standards, and you’ll find a phrase comparable to “sets a vision of excellence” at the top of the list.

People to Watch in 2015
The Wall Street Journal
Originally published: 1.2.2015

Eva Moskowitz: The founder and chief executive of Success Academy Charter Schools has approval to add 14 more charters to the 32 she already runs in New York City, adding heat to debates over sharing space and resources with traditional public schools.

My Morning at Success Academy Harlem East
Doug Lemov's Field Notes / By Doug Lemov
Originally published: 12.22.2014

Spent some time a few days ago observing teachers at Success Academy Harlem East.  I was there because their results are consistently off the charts so I was interested to observe and potentially learn a little something.  I also wanted to go because there’s maybe a bit of skepticism out there in some quarters about Success’ work. People ask, Is it real or is it some kind of test prep gaming? I’d never been and was excited to have a chance to see what it was like there. My sense from an admittedly short visit is: “Yes, it’s real.”

Putting the ‘Success’ in Success Academy Charter Schools
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation / By Mark D'Alessio
Originally published: 12.16.2014

The challenges that Success Academy students are up against would suggest poor academic outcomes, yet Moskowitz has managed to provide an environment that is having a dramatic effect on children’s lives in NYC. So, how did she do it?

Success Academy Bronx 2 wins 2014 Blackboard Award - http://www.bxtimes.com/stories/2014/51/51-success-2014-12-19-bx_2014_51.html
Success Academy Bronx 2 wins 2014 Blackboard Award
Bronx Times / By Robert Wirsing
Originally published: 12.20.2014

One Bronx public charter school holds a distinct honor for not only being a top performer, but also as the first borough-based school to be recognized as such.

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