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A board of student pictures at Success Academy in NYC. (Success Academy Charter Schools)

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Examining the success of Success Academy charter schools

September 10, 2015, Ian Livingston

On September 9, Brookings's Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence and the Brown Center on Education Policy hosted Eva Moskowitz, founder and CEO of Success Academy Charter Schools in New York City, for a discussion on the need for a high-quality teacher pipeline to support the American school system, economy, and competitiveness.

  • In the News

    [What's] closest to my heart is what we achieved in education, particularly school education, but not just that, we brought a revolution to early childhood education, to Australian universities. There are more kids having apprenticeships in Australia and getting a chance in life than ever before in our history.

    November 21, 2013, Julia Gillard, CNN
  • In the News

    We’ve really seen considerable progress in getting more girls into school over the past two decades. In fact, the gap between girls and boys has been narrowing considerably. Today, of the 57 million children of primary school-age not in school, 53 percent are girls. It’s still more than 50 percent, but that number is closing.

    August 26, 2013, Jenny Perlman Robinson , Camfed