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De Blasio needs to come through for Queens middle schoolers

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The Success Academy charter network operates four of the top 10 elementary schools in the borough, but needs to open […]

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Success Academy Parents’ Legal Complaint Against CSE 1
Originally published: 7.10.2018

This is an educational rights case about the New York City Department of Education Committee on Special Education 1’s systemic, repeated, and ongoing failure to provide Success Academy Charter Schools’ special needs students with adequate and timely special education support, in violation of laws that Congress passed to address this very issue.

 

Op-Ed: How Do I Tell My Son the Mayor Is Closing His School?
Kings County Politics / By Suzanne Gigliotti
Originally published: 6.21.2018

Last week should have been a joyful celebration for our family as we watched our son Walker graduate to the fifth grade after an exceptional final year of elementary school. But we were completely blindsided when Mayor de Blasio announced that he is evicting Success Academy middle schoolers from a public school building in Brooklyn where Success has been located for the last two years.

De Blasio’s Failures are Fueling the Demand for Charter Schools
New York Post / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 6.20.2018

City parents’ demand for charter-school seats just hit a new high, with nearly 80.000 lottery applicants. Unfortunately, the effort to choke charters’ growth means they’re competing for just 26.900 available seats. In the latest outrage, Carranza refuses to declare an emergency to end-run technical issues that stand in the way of giving the Success Academy its promised classrooms in a Bed-Stuy school building that has 900 empty seats.

City Charter Schools Receive Record Number of Applications
New York Post / By Selim Algar
Originally published: 6.19.2018

The demand for city charter schools has hit a record high with 79.000 applications for the upcoming school year. That’s up from 73.000 last year and 54.000 in 2011, according to the New York City Charter School Center.

Success Academy Battles For Diversity & Middle School Space
Kings County Politics / By Stephen Witt
Originally published: 6.14.2018

Success Academy Fights to Open a Middle School, Because P.S. 25 Failed to Close
Bklyner / By Liena Zagare
Originally published: 6.11.2018

Earlier this year, Success Academy was approved for two new middle schools – SA East Flatbush, and SA Lafayette. SA Lafayette would be the one SA is proposing to locate at the space approved for SA Bed-Stuy 3 at PS25 Eubie Blake building at 787 Lafayette Avenue. When the Hon. Judge Levine issued a stay on May 24th to keep P.S. 25 Eubie Blake open while the lawsuit parents have brought to keep it open gets resolved, what was not discussed was the impact this decision would have on the Success Academy’s (SA) plans to open a middle school at this location.

Fixing U.S. Soccer Requires a Repair at the Youth Level, and Here’s How to go About it
Yahoo Sports / By Leander Schaerlaeckens
Originally published: 6.5.2018

In their effort to remake American education, charter schools have never quite shaken controversy. But one such school is trying to rethink soccer education as well. Success Academy, the largest charter school network in New York City, serving some 15.500 students, is integrating soccer through the curricula of about 5.000 of them.

Teen Goes From Bronx Homeless Shelter to Full-Ride at MIT - https://nypost.com/2018/06/07/teen-goes-from-bronx-homeless-shelter-to-full-ride-at-mit/
Teen Goes From Bronx Homeless Shelter to Full-Ride at MIT
New York Post / By Selim Algar
Originally published: 6.7.2018

A Bronx teen made the stunning journey from a homeless shelter to a full ride at MIT — and is crediting Success Academy for lighting his path. Moctar Fall, of The Bronx, is one of 16 members of the charter school network’s first graduating high-school class — all of whom nabbed spots at four-year colleges ranging from Barnard and Tufts to Stony Brook and Emory.

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