Eva Moskowitz is Improving New York Education

New York’s Success Academy network of charter schools will be sharing their secrets to academic success. Success Academy’s founder and CEO, Eva Moskowitz, is looking to expand quality education for underprivileged children in the New York City area. Eva Moskowitz will be sharing the ideologies behind Success Academy that have made it the leading network of charter schools in New York.

 

Eva Moskowitz has always had a passion for education. She was a professor of Women’s History at the University of Virginia from 1989 to 1990 and then served as an assistant professor of history at Vanderbilt University from 1992 to 1993. She would then go on to teach history at the City University of New York and American Studies at Colombia University in the mid to late nineties.

 

After serving as the director of a children’s literacy program called ReadNet, she decided to establish a network of schools that would benefit underprivileged children in New York. Moskowitz founded Success Academy in 2006. Success Academy is the largest network of public charter schools in New York City, enrolling children from all backgrounds and providing them with a quality education that they may not have received otherwise. Success Academy has quickly proved that its methods and curriculum work in producing successful students. Alumni from Success Academy schools consistently perform in the top 1% in math and top 2% in English throughout the state of New York.

 

In order to spread their academic success, Eva Moskowitz has created the Success Academy Education Institute, a project that will be sharing the charter school’s unique methods and curriculum. With an official press conference and Youtube videos, Moskowitz is sharing the lesson plans and reading materials that have helped Success Academy students excel.

 

Fore more information on Success Academy and Eva Moskowitz, please visit successacademies.org.

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