This School Helps Poor Kids Succeed, Teacher Unions Try To Shut It Down

Low-income minority students from one chain of NYC charter schools rank #1 in my state in math.

Why do they do so well? Because school leaders have high expectations. And unlike government run schools, Success Academy innovates!

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School days are longer and all students take advanced tests.

100% of their graduates get accepted into college.
“That is redefining American public education,” says Chief Schooling Officer LaMae de Jongh.

Success Academy wants to offer its magic to more kids, but they’re blocked by progressive politicians and the Teachers Union. Neither want competition.

That means most kids are stuck with lousy government schools.

“I feel like it’s unfair that not everybody gets this opportunity,” says one Success student.

He’s right. All Americans should be able to choose a better school.

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