Eva Moskowtiz’s Educational Background And Published Works
Eva Moskowitz attended the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia for undergraduate studies. She then studied at John Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Eva completed a degree in American history there. Her published works include a book called In Therapy We Trust: America’s Obsession with Self-Fulfillment that was published in 2001 by John Hopkins University Press. Eva Moskowitz’s second published book is called Mission Possible: How the Secrets of Success Academies Can Work in Any School. It was co-authored with Arin Lavinia and published in 2012.
Moskowitz’ first book, In Therapy We Trust: America’s Obsession with Self-Fulfillment takes a historical look at the way Americans are viewing and treating issues through a psychological lens. It details the evolution of psychological counseling, self help, radio talk shows and other measures of happiness through a psychological perspective that is becoming increasingly common place in our society. Her second book called Mission Possible: How the Secrets of Success Academies Can Work in Any School describes the tactics and methods she uses at her own Success Academies to boost the performance of the students there. It then offers tips and advice on how teachers outside of Success Academies can use a similar curriculum or tactics to improve their own student performance.
A Brief Look At The Career Of Eva Moskowitz
Eva Moskowitz presently serves as the chief executive officer of the Success Academy network of charter schools. She created this charter school program in 2006. Success Academy Charter Schools is currently the biggest and highest scoring public charter school in the state of New York. Eva Moskowtiz oversees 41 schools in the Success Academy charter achool group. Her schools mostly serve minority and poor students in the New York City area.