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Eva Moskowitz

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Moskowitz fought back after the city blocked a plan to co-locate three Success Academy schools.

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Critics had complained Moskowitz's Success Academy enjoyed preferential treatment under Mayor Bloomberg.

Central Harlem »

The Education Department bends over backwards to accommodate Eva Moskowitz, sources say.

Upper West Side »

The charter network will no longer set aside seats for kids learning English, due to a federal directive.

Williamsburg »

The charter network with 20 New York City schools just received a $5 million grant for further expansion.

Central Harlem »

Public Advocate Bill de Blasio calls the move harmful to public school students.

Long Island City »

Eva Moskowitz is  looking to open two Success Academies  in District 30, to the ire of community leaders.

Central Harlem »

The move comes after City Councilman Robert Jackson called on the state to investigate.

Central Harlem »

Chess legend Garry Kasparov said the game has great benefits for students.

Astoria »

The proposal would co-locate grades K-5 at Astoria's P.S. 76, and its middle school at I.S. 126.

Cobble Hill »

Public Advocate Bill de Blasio has called for an examination of Success Academy Cobble Hill.

Upper West Side »

Success Academy wants to build a new neighborhood school, but parents are pushing back against the idea.

Lower East Side »

The controversial charter school chain wants to open six new outposts in Queens, the Bronx and Manhattan.

Upper West Side »

The DOE has halted a multimillion dollar plan to move 189 students from their Upper West Side campus. 

Central Harlem »

Success Academy officials said it is unclear where the expanded grades would be housed.