Eva Moskowitz Offering Quality Education through Charter Schools, Success Academy

Eva Moskowitz established Success Academy in 2016 as a gift to the society. It consists of multiple charter schools spread across the state of New York. The headquarters of this organization is in New York City. Success Academy schools have set the standards for other charter schools in the United States. Under Eva Moskowitz leadership, they have become top-performing institutions. Students of Success Academy are known for their excellent performance in English and Mathematics. As kids in other public schools get an average of around 30% in both subjects, Success Academy schools register a mean grade of 64% for English and 94% for Mathematics.

 

The charter school network accepts all kinds of students, including those with disabilities. Eva has helped parents and teachers understand that each child has the potential to become great; regardless of their inabilities. Success offers sufficient support to special students so that they can compete fairly with other kids. Since the inception of the network, Success has established more than 30 schools in New York. These learning institutions include seven middle schools, a high school and elementary schools. As of 2014, these schools had more than 9,000 students. This number, however, continues to grow each day and is expected to grow even more once Success opens up thirteen more charter schools.

 

Success Academy has achieved a lot in a short time. Eva Moskowitz has authored a book titled “Mission Possible”, which documents the methods used in the network’s charter schools. These methods are aimed at producing the best academic minds. Eva’s book also talks about how teachers in the schools encourage the students to contribute to the growth and development of the community. Eva believes that positive impact on the future generation gives the society a future that all can enjoy. With success Academy, the future of thousands of kids is guaranteed.

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