Eva Moskowitz Gets $250,000 Reward for Success Academy

Eva Moskowitz is the founder and CEO at Success Academy Charter Schools. The Charter school has attained a high-status $250,000 grant which was a Far-reaching Award for Public Charter Schools. The award was given at the National Charter School Conference in Washington, D.C and will announce plans to be used in the creation of a new institute.

The cash will go to fund College-readiness program for the Success students. However, the reward is just a small percentage for the deep-pocketed Success Academy. Mayor de Blasio was against the institution since it does not go in hand with the New York syllabus system. However, in a court ruling, Moskowitz was able to block the mayor on this matter.

Due to the high expense, it benefits from getting support from the wealthy people who are in the hedge fund in 2013; it reported 42 million in revenue and $60 million in 2014. However, she said that the Broad Foundation award is an essential recognition of work that the charter chain is doing with the kids that are underserved. Moskowitz said that the prize recognizes that learners who are in neighborhoods that are poor can do as well as those from the suburbs.

About Eva Moskowitz

Eve Moskowitz has become popular for creating the best performing charter school Network in New York City. She is focused on challenging the conventional wisdom that children who are coming from a low-income or minority neighborhoods cannot be able to do well in school or achieve the highest academic levels. From 2006 when Eva Moskowitz opened the first Success Academy in Harlem, she has been viewed as a leader in the education reform. She offers parents an alternative other than having their children failing school. This has helped children from the inner city achieve their academic potential. Success Academy now operates in 41 schools and has been a source of employment hiring hinders teachers as well as other professionals.

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