After Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza Snub Parents’ Push to Keep Space for Diverse Middle School, Borough President Urges to Take “Unique Approach” to Allow School to Open
Success Academy Parents File Lawsuit on Behalf of Children Who Suffered Excessive Delays and Denials of Special Education Services
Success Academy parents are seeking a jury trial and a court order instructing CSE 1 to cease its pattern of discrimination and comply with all applicable laws when carrying out the special education process for SA scholars.
Success Academy Having Broad Impact on National Education Sector, as ‘Alums’ Spread Network’s Practices Across the Country
Today, the Kentucky Department of Education announced the appointment of Deanna Durrett to the position of General Counsel of Kentucky’s state education department. With this appointment, Durrett becomes part of a diaspora of former Success educators who have taken the training, expertise, and commitment to excellence they’ve gained at New York’s top-performing public school network to implement in district and charter schools across the country.
“Read-a-Palooza” was “one big circus of literature,” inspiring young readers with a visit by bestselling children’s author Kwame Alexander, popcorn, sparkly hats, and newly-minted public library patrons.
Success Academy Shares Its Pathbreaking Literacy Curriculum and First E-Courses with Thousands of Educators
The new release makes SA’s complete K-8 literacy program — which has led to exceptional reading achievement for kids — available for free to educators
In Open Letter, Committee to Save SA Lafayette Middle School Demands Meeting with Chancellor Carranza About Revoking Their School and Need for Permanent Middle School
The Committee to Save SA Lafayette Middle School, a group comprised of parents and educators whose children were evicted by City Hall from Success Academy Lafayette Middle School in Building K025, today demanded a meeting with Chancellor Richard Carranza. In a letter to Chancellor Carranza, parents decried his response to their concerns during a Town Hall meeting on Wednesday.
Eva Moskowitz Statement on Chancellor Carranza’s Proposal for Success Academy Lafayette Middle School Community
Success Academy founder and CEO Eva Moskowitz released a statement today regarding Chancellor Richard A. Carranza’s recent proposal for the Success Academy Lafayette Middle School community.
Eva Moskowitz and Success Academy Families Rally to Protect Students in High-Performing, Diverse Middle School Despite Mayor de Blasio’s Threat to Evict
On Tuesday morning, Success Academy founder and CEO Eva Moskowitz and dozens of public charter school families called on Mayor de Blasio to drop his threat to block Success Academy fifth-graders from the Bed-Stuy classrooms they are counting on for the start of school.
The pioneering class of Success Academy scholars, who began their journey in the network’s first elementary school on 118th Street in Harlem in 2006, graduated Thursday with stellar college plans.
SA Scholar Takes Home Best Speaker Award at Tournament of Champions Debate and SA Midtown West Scholars Reach Semi-finals.
Four SA Chess Players Finish in Top Ten in their Divisions and Five SA Chess Teams Finish in Top Five in Their Divisions.