A charter school with a 70% attrition rate is recognized as “good” and a public school with a 10% attrition rate is chastised. I love the double standard.
Gary Rubinstein read a story in the local Rupert Murdoch newspaper saluting Eva Moskowitz’s charter chain for its high SAT scores, but then noticed how many students were in the senior class. (Billionaire media mogul Rupert Murdoch is a multimillion-dollar donor to the Success Academy charter chain.)
What school advertises its SAT scores? Success Academy!
Gary noticed that of the students who started in second grade, nearly 70% did not make it to the senior year.
The New York Post recently ran an editorial about the SAT scores of the Success Academy senior class of 2020. Of all the different numbers they referenced, one that I took note of was 114 — the apparent number of students in the senior class.
The class of 2020 is the third graduating class of Success Academy. The class of 2018 had 17 seniors out of a cohort of 73 first…
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