Success Academy CEO Eva Moskowitz is having a very good week

New York City’s largest school charter network, Success Academy, has won the 2017 Broad Prize for Public Charter Schools. The announcement comes during an already victorious week for the network, which just won a favorable ruling in a long-standing fight with the city over pre-K.
 
The Broad Prize, which includes a $250,000 award, goes to a charter network that demonstrates “outstanding academic outcomes among low-income students and students of color.”
 
The award was announced Monday morning by the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation and the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools. Success Academy — which serves 14,000 students in New York City across 41 elementary, middle and high schools — came out on top against the two other finalists: DSST Public Schools in Denver and Harmony Public Schools in Texas.
 
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