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Rise & Shine: Success Academy gets $8.5 M donation to open more charter schools

Friday, Jul. 31, 2015

Rise & Shine

Seed Money

A Queens billionaire has donated $8.5 million to help fund new schools in the Success Academy network, which will include 34 city schools this fall and as many as 70 within about five years. That could put more pressure on the city to find space for the schools, and shut out other operators, since state law caps the number of new charter schools.

Investing in the Future

The city has raised $9 million for education-related efforts in the past four months from private groups, including Warby Parker, Scholastic, and Citibank. The recent donations come after the city's nonprofit education-fundraising arm raised about $10 million less last year than it did on average each year under former Mayor Bloomberg.

college readiness

This summer, 30 rising seniors from low-income families are taking part in a free college-prep program run by a private Bronx college where they will take classes, stay in the dorms, go on museum trips, and get help writing their college admissions essays. Only one of the 30 students has a parent who attended college.


A Staten Island councilwoman is starting to collect donations of backpacks and school supplies to give to young children for the coming school year.

Struggling Schools Shuffle

The Yonkers school chief is moving teachers "who aren't a good fit" from struggling schools to other placements in the district, officials said during a visit Thursday from state Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia.

Popular Plays

Over the last 76 years, the most commonly performed high schools plays have consistently been "Our Town" and "You Can't Take It With You," according to an NPR analysis that ranked the top shows for each decade since the 1940s.

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ICYMI: In an effort to prevent low-income students from falling further behind their affluent peers over summer break, a growing pilot program sends New York City students home for the summer with iPads loaded with a digital library and software that tracks their reading. READ MORE

Extra Credit

More than 100 high schoolers popped open their laptops at Bloomberg’s New York headquarters last week and practiced computer programming. The workshop was hosted by CodeNow, a nonprofit that helps teach underrepresented youth to code.

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