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November 17, 2016
Eva Moskowitz: I will work with Trump, but not as U.S. education secretary
"At this time I will not be entertaining any prospective opportunities," Moskowitz told reporters at a previously planned press conference.
November 16, 2016
Eva Moskowitz floated for education secretary, and New York City teachers union president digs in
With Success Academy's Eva Moskowitz reportedly in the running for education secretary, UFT President Michael Mulgrew is preparing for a fight.
June 1, 2016
Success Academy charter network cancels classes after losing fight to offer pre-K on its own terms
The pre-K battle marks the latest chapter in an ongoing feud between Mayor Bill de Blasio and Success CEO Eva Moskowitz, and one of Moskowitz’s only public losses.
February 12, 2016
Moskowitz defends teacher shown yelling in video, calls Times coverage biased
After the New York Times published a video showing a Success Academy teacher lashing out, Eva Moskowitz sought to portray the behavior as an isolated incident.
November 11, 2015
Why calls for Success Academy sanctions aren’t likely to succeed
Experts say SUNY’s intervention specifically is unlikely. Here’s why.
November 2, 2015
Watch: Success Academy principal gives emotional apology for list of ‘Got-to-Go’ students
Watch Success Academy Fort Greene principal Candido Brown's emotional apology at Friday's press conference addressing the list of “Got-to-Go” students that he created.
October 30, 2015
Eva Moskowitz calls ‘Got to Go’ list an anomaly as Success principal gives tearful apology
Following a report detailing Success Academy schools trying to remove unruly students, Eva Moskowitz denied any systematic effort to push students out of her schools.
October 29, 2015
Moskowitz to face tough questions after reports of schools pushing out kids
Success’ leader said Thursday afternoon that “mistakes are sometimes made.”
October 8, 2015
Success Academy chief Eva Moskowitz says she won’t run for mayor — this time
The much-anticipated announcement brings speculation about her role in the 2017 mayor’s race to an early end, but leaves the door open for a later run.
October 7, 2015
Success CEO Eva Moskowitz builds suspense for Thursday announcement of ‘political plans’
The divisive charter school chief will make an announcement Thursday at City Hall about her “political plans,” a spokesman said.
September 29, 2015
After weather postpones education rally, debate on the ground likely to continue
The rally will now take place Oct. 7, a delay that could extend a recent spate of advocacy efforts from the city’s teachers union and other opponents.
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September 24, 2015
How Eva Moskowitz’s growing bureaucracy handled a school-supply fiasco
A school-supply crisis at Success Academy this summer tested the growing network's ability to deal with bureaucratic problems.
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September 21, 2015
Charter leaders continue to battle de Blasio over space in public school buildings
At the heart of their criticism is the battle for limited space in city-owned buildings, which the de Blasio administration has been reluctant to offer to charters.
August 12, 2015
Meaningless? Cause for celebration? Interpretations of New York’s 2015 test scores run the gamut
New York state’s latest test scores are completely meaningless — or the key to understanding whether any students are learning. It all depends who you talk to.
June 12, 2015
Surprise ‘no’ vote at PEP muddles de Blasio’s mayoral control position
Roberto Soto-Carrión, a consistent supporter of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s proposals, cast the decisive vote against the city’s colocation plan for Success Academy Midwood.
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