“The children take music, dance and Chinese, and start the day performing either yoga or t’ai chi. But this isn’t a tony private school on the Upper East Side. It is a charter school in the East Village, a neighborhood mostly populated by artsy hipsters and minorities, and most of its 420 students are black or Hispanic and come from poor families.”

From the Hamptons to the inner city, this philanthropist is a role model for the charter school business.  see Forbes story here