MOSAIC PREP ACADEMY IS CALLING ON GREAT
FIGHTERS FOR SUPPORT
EVA MOSKOWITZ AND CHANCELLOR JOEL KLEIN
REALLY HAPPY PLOTTING TOGETHER!
ABOUT TWO MONTHS AGO MOSKOWITZ WAS QUOTED SAYING “THAT SHE WANTED THE BUILDING WHERE HARLEM SUCCESS 3 DWELLS IN IT’S TOTALITY NOT IN PIECES AND THAT WE DON’T HAVE ENOUGH PARENT INVOLVEMENT TO FIGHT BACK” WELL WE ARE HERE TO INVITE YOU TO EVA MOSKOWITZ’S WORSE NIGHTMARE A REALITY CHECK OF HOW MUCH OUR PARENTS AND COMMUNITY CARE ABOUT OUR COLLEGE READINESS SCHOOL MOSAIC PREPARATORY ACADEMY AND HOW WE ARE NOT GOING TO LET NO NEW COMER TAKE AWAY OUR SCHOOL. A BUILDING THAT HAS BELONGED TO THE EAST HARLEM COMMUNITY FOR MORE THAN 100 YEARS THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO LET YOUR VOICE GET HEARD BY COMING OUT WEARING RED TO THIS COMMUNITY HEARING AND SPEAKING LOUD AND CLEAR ABOUT YOUR SCHOOL AND WHY THEY CAN’T HAVE IT OR THE BUILDING IS AS GOOD AS GONE!
STOP EVA MOSKOWITZ ONCE IN FOR ALL AND TELL HER VERY LOUD AND VERY CLEAR GO ANYWHERE YOUR HUGE SALARY CAN PAY BUT NOT OUR SCHOOLS
PUBLIC COMMUNITY HEARING
WHERE: 141 E 111 ST NEW YORK NY 10029 AUDITORIUM
WHEN: MONDAY JUNE 21, 2010
TIME: 5:00 PM SHARP
CONTACT: CEC 4 MEMBER ROSE JIMENEZ (212) 876-2414
ALL SCHOOLS DEALING WITH CHARTER SCHOOL ISSUES OR WANT TO SUPPORT IN THIS FIGHT AGAINST CHARTERS ARE WELCOME
THIS EVENT WILL BRING FORTH A SERIES OF EVENTS THAT WE WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT ON
We Demand that ALL New York City schools be held to the same standards to ensure every child in the city has access to a Quality Education!
Charter Schools should not come into our neighborhoods and expand at the expense of the District Schools the Parent Associations of our Schools is telling DOE NO MORE!!!!
SAVE OUR SCHOOLS
The majority of NY City politicians supported lifting the cap on Charters and Obama's Race To The Top competion, even with UFT backed reforms. Aggressive co-locations and the cancerous Charter incursion on public school spaces will now aggressively metastisize!
Let's see which government officials will now cry “NIMBY (not in my backyard)” when charters escalate the racist take-over of Harlem and our other
predominantly Black and Latino communities.
Let's step up the struggle to promote the full funding and support for democratic public schooling and no to privatized charter schools.
We need to challenge those NIMBY politicians and union officials who have supported lifting the cap on charters.
Charters will continue to promote separate and unequal schooling.
Charters are cutbacks to public education by diminishing its spaces, resources and funds.
Charters, in an elitist fashion, will continue to divide our communities.
Charters will continue to divide and allow the private corporates to conquer public schools.
Support the struggle at Mosaic and halt the Moskowitz charter aggression in Harlem!
No cutbacks; no charters.
No to NIMBY politicos & union officials.
En lucha, Angel Gonzalez
I don’t know the details here, but in geanerl:Each Charter Management Organization (CMOs) has a central organization that oversees and supports all of its member schools. Public funding is paid to the individual schools based on how many students they have. In order to support the central organization, the schools pay a fee to the central organization. In return, the central organization provides all sorts of services and support to the individual schools. It is possible that the central organization was running at a deficit so it needed to raise the fee. It is possible that the central organization has taken on additional service responsibilities and therefore needed to raise the fee. Without knowing more of the details of what services and provided, it is impossible to know if the individual schools are getting a good deal or not. Meanwhile, the compensation of the CMO executives is publicly disclosed and, of course, many people like to yap about those numbers. Finally, all of the CMO entities are usually nonprofit organizations.Unless Diane knows a lot more about the finances of Success Academy than her blog posts reveal, she might just be using an incomplete fact to try to suggest impropriety. She can comment on what she knows.