Success News: Success Academy to Explore Expansion in Florida

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Success Academy to Explore Expansion in Florida

The country’s largest charter operator is considering opening schools outside New York City, a major departure from the network’s history of operating exclusively within NYC. The decision surprised some of the network’s closest observers, including Robert Pondiscio, who embedded in a Success school for a year and wrote a book on the organization’s model.

Success has been a success for many students in New York, but it will be interesting to see how the school can translate its methods in more challenging contexts. Despite the fact that the network has never before explored expansion outside of its home base, it does have some advantages in Florida, including state support for new schools and a willingness to allow Success to use the money it earns from tuition to cover operating costs. These factors could make it easier for the school to overcome the challenges that have plagued other charters in recent years. For example, many of the schools in NYC have struggled to keep up with enrollment losses that stemmed from the pandemic, but Success has found a way to overcome that hurdle.