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ShopSign in|Link your subscriptionNewsCultureBooksBusiness & TechHumorCartoonsMagazineVideoPodcastsArchiveGoings OnAnnals of EducationDecember 11 2017 IssueSuccess Academy’s Radical Educational Experiment Inside Eva Moskowitz’s quest to combine rigid discipline with a progressive curriculum. HYPERLINK "newyorker.com By Rebecca MeadEva Moskowitz Success Academy’s founder now runs forty-six schools. Illustration by Ben Wiseman Audio: Listen to this story. To hear more feature stories  download the Audm app for your iPhone.One of the most celebrated educational experiments in history was performed by James Mill the British historian on his eldest son  John Stuart Mill who was born outside London in 1806. John began learning Greek when he was three and read Herodotus and other historians and philosophers before commencing Latin at the age of seven. By the time he was twelve he was widely read in history and had studied experimental science mathematics philosophy and economics. James Mill’s pedagogical approach reflected the influence of Jeremy Bentham the founder of utilitarian BrodyDec. 08 2017 Listen to the New Yorker Radio HourBuy the CoverPlay the Jigsaw PuzzleNews & PoliticsDaily CommentJohn CassidyAmy DavidsonRyan LizzaBenjamin Wallace-WellsCultureCultural CommentCulture DeskGoings On About TownThe CriticsJia TolentinoPersons of InterestBusiness Science & TechCurrencyElementsMaria KonnikovaHumorDaily ShoutsShouts & MurmursThe Borowitz ReportCartoonsDaily CartoonCartoon Caption ContestCartoon BankBooks & FictionPage-TurnerBooksLiterary LivesPoemsFictionMagazineThis Week's IssueArchiveSubscribePhotographyPhoto BoothPortfolioVideoCultureHumorPoliticsBusinessScience & TechBooksSportsPodcastsThe New Yorker Radio HourPolitical SceneThe Writer's VoiceFictionPoetryOut LoudMore Customer CareBuy the CoverAppsJigsaw PuzzleSecureDropStoreRSSSite MapNewslettersThe DailyCulture ReviewPodcastsCartoonsJohn CassidyThe Borowitz ReportFictionGoings On About TownAbout UsAboutCareersContactFAQMedia KitPressAccessibility HelpFollow Us © 2017 Condé Nast. All rights reserved. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our user agreement(effective 1 and privacy policy(effective 1/2/2016). Your California privacy rights. The material on this site may not be reproduced distributed transmitted cached or otherwise used except with prior written permission of Condé Nast. The New Yorker may earn a portion of sales from products and services that are purchased through links on our site as part of our affiliate partnerships with retailers. [...]

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read the article in its entirety and write a 300 word reflection. Would you like to have attended “Success Academy”? ..Or do you think you would have benefited from attending? https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/12/11/success-academys-radical-educational-experiment?mbid=nl_Weekly%20120517&CNDID=29625901&spMailingID=12503242&spUserID=MTMzMTgzMDI0NjI3S0&spJobID=1300478283&spReportId=MTMwMDQ3ODI4MwS2

Subject Area: Social Work

Document Type: Annotated Bibliography

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Words 275

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great work!

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12.10.2017

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