Success Academy Public Hearing

Speaker Signup: 5:30pm

Details: This public hearing is open to anyone interested in providing public comment about the proposed charter school applications for each Success Academy Charter School NYC 1 & 2. 
Success Academy Charter Schools NYC 1 is planning to open in Fall 2015. 
Proposed enrollment and grades served are as follows in the 5th year: 675 students in grades K-5.
Success Academy Charter School NYC 2 is planning to open in Fall 2015. 
Proposed enrollment and grades served are as follows in the 5th year: 675 students in grades K-5.
This application is being considered by the State University of New York Charter School Institute. Links to SUNY applications can be found here: http://www.newyorkcharters.org/create/request-for-proposals/january-2014-suny-request-for-proposals-round-2
Comments are welcome; speakers must register within 15 minutes of the hearing’s start time. Written comments will also be collected at the hearing or can be submitted via email to: charterschools@schools.nyc.gov or faxed to 212-374-5760 within 48 hours after the hearing’s close.
WHEN
September 29, 2014 at 6pm - 8pm
WHERE
Manhattan Borough Office
333 7th Ave
7th Floor Conference Room
New York, NY 10001
United States
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CONTACT
Lauren Cohen
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  • posted about this on Facebook 2014-09-28 16:32:58 -0700
    Stand with public school parents, students and teachers! Once again we are here to Say NO to the displacement of public schools by charter schools. WHAT CO-LOCATION MEANS: *Public schools with limited financial support, forced to compete against charter schools with ample funds for the newest resources *Overcrowding as schools deal with fewer rooms *Competition between schools for access to the school's libraries, gyms, auditoriums, and cafeterias *Parents pitted against parents in the same neighborhoods due to inequitable funding between charters and the district public schools. *Increased importance of high-stakes tests to determine the future of students and teachers *The excessing of quality teachers into the ATR pool of rotating teachers, as fewer rooms mean fewer classroom teachers +Separate and unequal Schooling for our students!
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  • posted about this on Facebook 2014-09-24 20:40:48 -0700
    Our efforts aren't going unnoticed. Let's rock this one!