The Harlem Charter School system is often seen as one of the most difficult to improve in the 21st century as the issue of school reform is often seen as a problem of the socioeconomic variety, but the work of Eva Moskowitz and the Success Academy has shown educational opportunity can be completed at a high level for members of minority groups across those in disadvantaged regions of New York. The founder of the Success Academy has proven the work she completes in education can improve the chances of success seen in minority groups across the nation; the work of Eva Moskowitz has had a positive impact on the city of New York and has now been added to the national education reform argument in terms of how to achieve success in areas where poverty is a major problem.
In 2006, the Success Academy was formed by Eva Moskowitz after she had spent much of the previous years looking for the best possible ways of achieving education success for people across the U.S. The charter school system has become the focus of Eva Moskowitz and the Success Academy, which has seen the development of great school under the Success academy banner; Eva Moskowitz is keen to point out the charter schools she has been creating are nit simply schools for disadvantaged children, but excellent schools for all to attend regardless of economics, race, or religion.
The focus of Success Academy is placed squarely on the right to receive the best in an academic education, which the school sees as learning through traditional and nontraditional techniques. For instance, chess is taught as an academic subject for all to enjoy and learn from, alongside the traditional subjects of Math, reading, and writing. Under the leadership of Eva Moskowitz the Success Academy is looking to develop students who are prepared for the future to attend college or enter the workplace as debate and the development of ideas has seen the Success Academy reach a level of academic success that is much higher than those of the public school system in Harlem and across New York.