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•  Laura Perille walked unusual path to interim superintendent, (Boston Globe, 07/16/18)

•  Suit alleging bias pulls back curtain on Harvard admissions, (Boston Herald, 07/09/18)

•  Your high school yearbook is going online, (Boston Globe, 07/05/18)

•  Elected school committee right choice for Boston, (Boston Herald, 07/04/18)



•  Boston Public Schools Quickly Gains New Leader — And Some Resent Selection Process, (WBUR.org Edify, 07/03/18)

•  Four minority groups slam hiring of Boston's interim superintendent, (Boston Herald, 07/03/18)

•  Black community left out by Walsh's school chief choice, (Boston Herald 07/03/18)

•  If Walsh has his way, 'interim' just an illusion for new superintendent, (Boston Globe, 07/02/18)

•  Walsh's superintendent pick aims to build trust, (Bay State Banner, 07/02/18)



•  Civil rights groups blast Walsh, school committee over 'backroom deal' on Chang, (Boston Globe, 07/02/18)

•  Schools showcase their Excellence for All program work, (Bay State Banner, 07/01/18)

•  Another BPS superintendent has come and gone. Now what?, (Boston Globe, 07/01/18)

•  Lawrence Bacow promises a more outward-looking Harvard, (Boston Globe, 07/01/18)

•  Interim Boston Public Schools superintendent sets her agenda, (Boston Herald, 06/30/18)



•  Boston Education Leaders Optimistic About Walsh's Interim School Superintendent Pick, (WBUR.org Edify, 06/29/18)

•  CEO of EdVestors 'knows the system inside and out', (Boston Herald, 06/29/18)

•  Interim schools chief ready to make 'important moves', (Boston Globe, 06/28/18)

•  SummerWorks jobs program changes kids' futures, (Boston Herald, 06/28/18)

•  City employees factor big in $3.3B budget, (Boston Herald, 06/28/18)



•  The Best Boston High School You've Probably Never Heard Of, (WGBH.org, 06/27/18)

•  Next Boston superintendent will face a massive to-do list, (Boston Globe, 06/27/18)

•  Nonprofit chief is poised to be interim BPS superintendent, (Boston Globe, 06/27/18)

•  Chang out after three years in the hot seat, (Bay State Banner, 06/25/18)

•  Boston school chief defends system's handling of student information, (Boston Globe, 06/25/18)



•  Every spring, students throw their lives away. Now, colleges are recycling, (Boston Globe, 06/25/18)

•  'Impossible' to find perfect Boston Schools superintendent, (Boston Herald, 06/25/18)

•  Interim BPS leader to be named before end of week, (Boston Herald, 06/24/18)

•  Mayor Walsh at center of Boston schools superintendent ouster, (Boston Herald, 06/23/18)

•  Tommy Chang's relationship with community never clicked, observers say, (Boston Globe, 06/23/18)



•  Boston school superintendent resigns after allegedly providing student information to ICE officials, (New York Daily news, 06/23/18)

•  With Chang out, parents ponder future, (Boston Globe, 06/23/18)

•  Boston schools chief, Mayor Walsh 'mutually' agree to part ways, (Boston Herald, 06/23/18)

•  Boston Public Schools Superintendent Tommy Chang to resign, (Boston Globe, 06/22/18)

•  Boston school superintendent Tommy Chang quitting, (Boston Herald, 06/22/18)



•  Suit: Boston Public Schools sharing student info with ICE, (Boston Herald, 06/22/18)

•  Asian American group joins forces with anti-affirmative action effort, (Bay State Banner, 06/21/18)

•  Chang, BPS sued over secrecy surrounding student information sharing with ICE, (Boston Globe, 06/21/18)

•  Telling the wrong story about racial discrimination in education, (Boston Globe, 06/18/18)

•  Massachusetts teachers push new education funding bill, (Boston Herald, 06/17/18)



•  Harvard, Asian-Americans group spar over data in bias case, (Boston Herald, 06/15/18)

•  Boston Public Library rolls out shiny new website, (Boston Globe, 06/13/18)

•  At Harvard, more black students are admitted than enrolled, (Boston Globe, 06/13/18)

•  Editorial: Audacity of City Hall raises, (Boston Herald, 06/13/18)

•  Boston mayor, city councilors could get 4 percent raises, (Boston Globe, 06/12/18)



•  Harvard goes on attack to defend its admissions policies, (Boston Globe, 06/12/18)

•  Students press House for education funds, (Bay State Banner, 06/06/18)

•  Proposal to sell McCormack school land raises questions, (Bay State Banner, 06/08/18)

•  She was paralyzed by gunfire as a child in Dorchester. Now she's graduating high school, (Boston Globe, 06/05/18)

•  Facing the STEM challenge in education, (Boston Globe, 06/04/18)



•  Promising Pals passes test of time at Roxbury's Timilty School, (Boston Herald, 06/03/18)

•  Latin Academy softball wins 13th straight City League title, (Boston Globe, 06/01/18)

•  Boston families need greater access to early education, (Boston Globe, 05/31/18)

•  Diverse group of valedictorians gathers for luncheon, (Boston Herald, 05/30/18)

•  A new free music series is coming to the Esplanade, (Boston Globe, 05/30/18)



•  Community groups demand city leaders reveal their BuildBPS plans, (Schoolyardnews.com, 05/30/18)

•  Brookline Town Meeting votes to rename Devotion School, (Boston Globe, 05/30/18)

•  In Boston's Dual-Language High School, One Teacher Grapples With Changing Tide, (WBUR.org Edify, 05/28/18)

•  Under The Shadow Of Slavery, Brookline Debates Renaming A School, (WBUR.org Edify, 05/26/18)

•  Boston Medical Center to test web therapy for kids, (Boston Herald, 05/26/18)



•  BPS initiative aimed at boosting graduation rates, (Bay State Banner, 05/23/18)

•  Thousands of BPS students don't graduate on time. And it's a problem, (Boston Globe, 05/23/18)

•  Report rips Boston record with 'off-track' high school students, (Commonwealth Magazine, 05/23/18)

•  Mattapan school celebrates a name and a language, (Boston Globe, 05/23/18)

•  Where is the road map for Boston Public Schools facilities?, (Commonwealth Magazine, 05/22/18)



•  O'Bryant baseball has a brotherhood of youngsters, (Boston Globe, 05/22/18)

•  Mass. ponders hiring a computer to grade MCAS essays. What could go wrong?, (Boston Globe, 05/21/18)

•  Somerville company offers free tuition at UMass Boston, (Boston Globe, 05/20/18)

•  BPS proactively working with Sandy Hook parents group to prevent tragedies, (Boston Herald, 05/19/18)

•  100 Boston teens get gowns and wisdom at a Believe in Yourself event, (Boston Globe, 05/17/18)



•  'I don't want to die,' English High student said after being shot..., (Boston Globe, 05/17/18)

•  Creating healthy $1.43 meals? Priceless, (Boston Herald, 05/15/18)

•  Data Analytics Helps Boston Schools Better Serve Students, (Govtech.com, 05/11/18)

•  Global field trips are opening a whole new world to Boston students, (Boston Globe, 05/11/18)

•  Works of M.C. Escher on display at MFA Boston, (Bay State Banner, 05/09/18)



•  Marice Edouard-Vincent named new Medford superintendent, (Boston Globe, 05/08/18)

•  Marice Edouard-Vincent chosen as new Medford superintendent, (Medford Wicked Local, 05/07/18)

•  Marty Walsh announces Boston summer youth safety strategy, (Boston Herald, 05/05/18)

•  New Programs Help Improve High School Graduation Rate in East Boston, (NECN.com, 05/04/18)

•  Boston makes little progress on school breakfast goal, (Boston Globe, 05/03/18)



•  Mayor outlines neighborhood priorities in capital spending budget, (Bay State Banner, 05/02/18)

•  Should Boston run UMass Boston? Walsh thinks it's an idea worth discussing, (Boston Globe, 05/02/18)

•  Advocates say innocent teens are stamped with 'gang' label, (Bay State Banner, 05/01/18)

•  Boston schools scramble for funds amid boom times, (Bay State Banner, 04/25/18)

•  State comes out with new LGBTQ curriculum, (Boston Herald, 04/23/18)



•  Community faces many challenges, (Boston Herald, 04/23/18)

•  Trans high school junior finds support at school, (Boston Herald, 04/23/18)

•  Time to hold school principals accountable for increasing teacher diversity, (Bay State Banner, 04/20/18)

•  Dorchester Academy scheduled to close, (Boston Globe, 04/20/18)

•  Students set up fundraiser for mentor hit by MRSA, stroke, (Boston Herald, 04/20/18)



•  Refusing to be silent, the children of immigrants speak out, (Boston Globe, 04/19/18)

•  You got into college. Congratulations! Here's the bill, (Boston Globe, 04/19/18)

•  School Vacation 'Academies' Aim For 'Adrenaline Shot' Of Progress For Struggling Students..., (WBUR.org Edify, 04/18/18)

•  In rain-swept Boston Marathon, Desiree Linden and Yuki Kawauchi pour it on, (Boston Globe, 04/16/18)

•  2018 Boston Marathon results, (Boston Globe, 04/16/18)



•  Boston's top cop tells students to be on best behavior for marathon, (Boston Herald, 04/12/18)

•  'I am not interviewing' for L.A. job, BPS Superintendent Tommy Chang says, (Boston Herald, 04/06/18)

•  Boston schools place 2 headmasters on leave, (Boston Globe, 04/05/18)

•  Boston schools face shakeup, departures, (Boston Herald, 04/05/18)

•  Harvard service workers learn English between shifts, (Boston Globe, 04/04/18)



•  Mayor Walsh redirects $2.4M for behavioral support in Boston Public Schools, (Boston Herald, 04/04/18)

•  Buzz, Beep, Chirp: Phones Are An Epidemic In Our Schools, (WBUR.org Edify, 04/03/18)

•  A dream come true, new $1.25 million playground opens at Roxbury school, (Boston Globe, 03/30/18)

•  Boston schools reshuffling top admin jobs, (Boston Herald, 03/29/18)

•  Brighton school an education 'lab', (Boston Herald, 03/28/18)



•  Thousands march on Common to demand gun control, (Bay State Banner, 03/28/18)

•  Celebration of King's legacy reflects a broader Boston embrace, (Boston Globe, 03/27/18)

•  It's time to fight for those left behind, for those with no voice, (Boston Herald, 03/24/18)

•  Youth unite to demand better school safety, (Boston Herald, 03/24/18)

•  Tens Of Thousands Of Protesters Gather On Boston Common For 'March For Our Lives' Rally, (WBUR.org Edify, 03/23/18)

•  Parkland Students Call for Civic Engagement, Accountability at Harvard, (Boston Magazine, 03/21/18)



•  Pressley fighting discipline disparities, (Bay State Banner, 03/21/18)

•  Contest ends with a 'crescendo' for seventh-grader, (Boston Herald, 03/18/18)

•  Parents, superintendent present differing views on school budget, (Bay State Banner, 03/12/18)

•  Dozens march to State House to push stricter gun control, (Boston Herald, 03/15/18)

•  Boston youth look to lead the way on gun control, (Boston Herald, 03/14/18)



•  Is Harvard Broken?, (Boston Magazine, 03/13/18)

•  Parents, superintendent present differing views on school budget, (Bay State Banner, 03/12/18)

•  Eastie councilor assures safety after ICE arrest, (Boston Herald, 03/12/18)

•  East Boston High School student in ICE custody after allegedly threatening the school, (Boston Globe, 03/11/18)

•  Lawsuit targets schools in sex assault claims, (Boston Herald, 03/11/18)



•  Teacher sounds alarm on school doors that don't lock, (Boston Herald, 03/09/18)

•  After not calling a snow day, Cambridge superintendent explains himself, (Boston Globe, 03/08/18)

•  Drivers drive BPS transit costs into a $4M hole, (Boston Herald, 02/28/18)

•  Time to lift up Boston's voc-tech high school, (Commonwealth Magazine, 02/27/18)

•  Bracing for damaging Supreme Court blow, public-sector unions rally in Boston, (Boston Globe, 02/26/18)



•  Editorial: Guns in schools vs. common sense solutions, (Boston Herald, 02/24/18)

•  BPS Budget Invests in Our Students to Provide a Better Education for All, (Jamaica Plain News, 02/23/18)

•  The first rule of seeing Barack Obama in Boston is don't talk..., (Boston Globe, 02/23/18)

•  Teachers to Trump: 'Don't arm us', (Boston Herald, 02/23/18)

•  Gov. Charlie Baker rejects Trump's proposal to arm school teachers, (Boston Herald, 02/22/18)



•  Teachers slam Trump proposal to arm educators, (Boston Herald, 02/22/18)

•  Donald Trump backs arming teachers to stop school shootings, (Boston Herald, 02/22/18)

•  Action sport summer camps might even make your kids smarter, (Boston Globe 02/22/18)

•  Can Ayanna Pressley beat Mike Capuano?, (Boston Globe 02/21/18)

•  Conservatory Lab Charter School seeks to join Boston Public Schools, (Boston Globe 02/20/18)



•  Let's face it. There will never be room for the middle class in Boston, (Boston Globe 02/20/18)

•  At midpoint of his term, Tommy Chang is being tested, (Boston Globe 02/18/18)

•  Inside Boston's $1.6B payroll: See how the city pays top employees, (Boston Herald 02/17/18)

•  Letter from Superintendent Chang Addressing Florida School Shooting, (Boston Public Schools 02/15/18)

•  Boston's Mayor Walsh announces new plan to end youth homelessness, (Boston Herald 02/14/18)



•  Charter school teachers vote to unionize, (Boston Herald 02/14/18)

•  State school rankings 'virtually worthless', (Commonwealth Magazine 02/08/18)

•  At Start Of Budget Season In Boston And Beyond..., (WBUR.org Edify 02/07/18)

•  Parents seeking BPS k2 assignments facing long wait, (Bay State Banner 02/07/18)

•  Little-tapped Boston contract provision tied to big school improvement, (Commonwealth Magazine 02/02/18)



•  Roxbury alternative high school is placed on probation, (Boston Globe 01/31/18)

•  Boston Public Library asks for help in transcribing abolitionist manuscripts, (Boston Globe 01/30/18)

•  Being first in family to go to college can be bumpy road, (Boston Globe 01/30/18)

•  Jeff Riley Will Be Massachusetts' New Education Commissioner, (WBUR.org 01/29/18)

•  Jeff Riley, Lawrence official, gets nod for state education commissioner, (Boston Globe 01/29/18)



•  Massachusetts education officials recommend Lawrence schools overseer Jeffrey Riley as next commissioner, (Masslive.com 01/29/18)

•  New Metco leader is a social justice advocate with big plans for expansion, (Boston Globe 01/28/18)

•  Federal Immigration Officials Could Have Accessed BPS Reports, (WBUR.org 01/26/18)

•  A Minor Fight In A Boston School Landed One Student In ICE Custody, Advocates Fear, (WBUR.org 01/26/18)

•  Boston awarded $150K grant to help feed BPS students healthy meals, (Boston Metro.us 01/25/18)



•  Boston Awarded BOSTON $150,000 Grant to Support BOSFOODLOVE Healthy Meals, (Boston.gov 01/25/18)

•  Chang: No immigration status tracking in Boston, (Boston Herald 01/23/18)

•  As BPS schools brace for cuts, funding system under scrutiny, (Bay State Banner 01/22/18)

•  Sandy Hook organization to work with BPS schools, (Boston Herald 01/20/18)

•  Zoning reform offers a path to economic equality and social integration, (Boston Globe 01/16/18)



•  Five MLK speeches you might not know, (Boston Globe 01/15/18)

•  Immigrants gather at East Boston church to rally for TPS, (Boston Globe 01/15/18)

•  Where to put an MLK memorial in Boston?, (Boston Globe 01/14/18)

•  Editorial: School panel 'envy'?, (Boston Herald 01/14/18)

•  BPS to expand fresh food program to as many as 20 public schools, (Boston Herald 01/14/18)



•  BPS Considers Plan to Eliminate Middle Schools, (Boston Magazine 01/12/18)

•  BPS website foul-up gives parents flawed data, (Boston Globe 01/13/18)

•  BPS plan would eliminate middle schools, (Boston Globe 01/12/18)

•  Theatergoers will warm to splendid lineup of shows, (Boston Herald 01/12/18)

•  Education publishing firm Cengage will move into new Pier 4 building, (Boston Globe 01/04/18)



•  W. Roxbury attorney elected school committee chair, (Boston Globe 01/03/18)

•  School Committee to put 'strong leader' at helm, (Boston Herald 01/03/18)

•  Council prez: Board will clash, compromise with mayor, (Boston Herald 01/02/18)

•  For homeless people, the cold is life-threatening, (Boston Globe 01/01/18)

•  For homeless people, the cold is life-threatening, (Boston Globe 01/01/18)



•  Transcript: Read Walsh's second inaugural speech, (Boston Globe 01/01/18)

•  Boston School Committee chairman to step down, (Boston Globe 12/28/17)

•  Readers offer solutions after Globe's series on race in Boston, (Boston Globe 12/27/17)

•  Tommy Chang will take heat for school times flub, (Boston Herald 12/27/17)

•  BPS may be served lawsuit over lack of minority input, (Boston Herald 12/27/17)



•  Pine Street Inn gives hope to homeless, (Boston Herald 12/25/17)

•  Globe readers offer joy, times 34,000, (Boston Globe 12/25/17)

•  New college for conservative Christians planned in Boston, (Boston Globe 12/25/17)

•  Pool teachers not unwanted, just underutilized, (Commonwealth Magazine 12/24/17)

•  Leadership change called for at BPS, (Boston Herald 12/23/17)



•  USA Today readers say the Boston Common Frog Pond is the best skating rink in America, (Boston.com 12/23/17)

•  Civil rights groups urge city schools to listen to parents, (Boston Globe 12/23/17)

•  Parents applaud decision to halt plans to change school start times — for now, (Boston Globe 12/23/17)

•  A short tenure at BPS tinged with troubles, (Boston Herald 12/23/17)

•  Time switch foulup latest in Tommy Chang's woes, (Boston Herald 12/23/17)

•  BPS gets hard quiz on start times, (Boston Herald 12/22/17)



•  Boston Public Schools Shelves Plan To Overhaul Start Times Next School Year, (WBUR.org Edify 12/22/17)

•  Important Letter from Superintendent Chang on Start and End Times, (Boston Public Schools 12/22/17)

•  City backs down on school start times, (Bay State Banner 12/22/17)

•  Read the statement from Tommy Chang on new start times, (Boston Globe 12/22/17)

•  After outcry, Boston schools decide against changing school start times, (Boston Globe 12/22/17)

•  BPS delays changes to school start times, (Boston Herald 12/22/17)



•  Gospel choir thrills with Christmas concert, (Bay State Banner 12/22/17)

•  The Lyndon School spreads Globe Santa cheer with silly hats, holiday concerts, (Boston Globe 12/22/17)

•  Madison Park executive director to return, (Boston Globe 12/22/17)

•  Parents of BPS students speak out against new start times, (Boston Herald 12/19/17)

•  Gains for Boston's high school students are at risk, (Boston Globe 12/19/17)



•  Boston parents demand delay in implementing earlier school start times, (Boston Globe 12/18/17)

•  BPS opens discussion on schedule changes, (Boston Herald 12/16/17)

•  PART SEVEN: SOLUTIONS A Better Boston? The Choice Is Ours, (Boston Globe 12/16/17)

•  BPS shuffle decried as 'harmful' policy, (Boston Herald 12/15/17)

•  Boston school officials reconsider new start times, (Boston Globe 12/15/17)



•  Civil Rights Groups Weigh-In on Boston School Start Time Changes, (Boston Magazine 12/15/17)

•  Boston's NAACP Chapter and Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice Joint Statement, (NAACP/LCCREJ 12/14/17)

•  School committee members call for board to 'revisit' bell times, (Boston Herald 12/14/17)

•  Facing Uproar Over New Start Times, Boston's School District Defends Itself, (WBUR.org Edify 12/14/17)

•  State OKs $125m project to replace Boston Arts Academy building, (Boston Globe 12/13/17)

•  Stop immediate changes on school start times in Boston, (Change.org 12/13/17)



•  BPS 2018-2019 START TIME COMMUNITY MEETINGS, (BPS Website 12/13/17)

•  BPS responds to parent pushback, (Bay State Banner 12/13/17)

•  Jackson, LaMattina say goodbye to Boston City Council, (Boston Globe 12/13/17)

•  PART FOUR: UNIVERSITIES Lost on Campus, As Colleges Look Abroad, (Boston Globe 12/13/17)

•  Mass. OKs Tuition Break For Hurricane Evacuees From Puerto Rico..., (WBUR.org Edify 12/12/17)

•  Superintendent Chang's Letter on 2018-19 Start and End Times, (BPS Schools 12/12/17)



•  PART THREE: HOSPITALS Color lines persists, in sickness as in health, (Boston Globe 12/12/17)

•  Students want answers over used needles near their school, (Boston Globe 12/11/17)

•  PART TWO: THE SEAPORT A brand new Boston, even whiter than the old, (Boston Globe 12/11/17)

•  Councilors call for redo of criticized school start times, (Boston Herald 12/11/17)

•  City Councilors Criticize Changes to Boston Public School Start Times, (Boston Magazine 12/11/17)

•  Black leaders unsettled by timing of Globe series after mayoral election, (Boston Herald 12/11/17)



•  PART ONE: THE IMAGE OF BOSTON, Does Boston still deserve its racist reputation?, (Boston Globe 12/10/17)

•  After BPS Reschedules School Start Times By Computer, Parents Push Back, (WBUR.org Edify 12/10/17)

•  New school schedules are worth the hassle, (Boston Globe Editorial 12/09/17)

•  Boston parents balk at new start times for schools, (Boston Herald 12/09/17)

•  Boston teens, middle schoolers get later school start time, (Boston Herald 12/08/17)

•  85 percent of Boston schools will get new start times, (Boston Globe 12/07/17)



•  Why Did it Take Boston So Long to Change School Start Times?, (Boston Magazine 12/08/17)

•  BPS New Start and End Time Policy Approved for SY'2018-2019, (Boston Public Schools)

•  Boston high schoolers to hit snooze button: First bell pushed back, (Boston Herald 12/07/17)

•  Tommy Chang, school superintendent and scapegoat, (Boston Globe 12/06/17)

•  Boston School Committee approves new start times, (Boston Globe 12/06/17)

•  IRS audit of city raises questions, (Bay State Banner 12/06/17)



•  Hillary Clinton to Boston crowd: Teach kids kindness, (Boston Herald 12/05/17)

•  Urban farmer, formerly homeless woman to join new Boston committee, (Boston Globe 12/05/17)

•  In Boston, peace advocate hosts children's holiday party, (Boston Globe 12/02/17)

•  Outside contractor will audit schools, (Boston Herald 12/01/17)

•  Walsh blames Chang for not telling him about IRS audit, (Boston Globe 11/30/17)



•  Outside group to probe school accounts following IRS audit, (Boston Herald 11/30/17)

•  Parents, officials lash out at Chang, some call for new evaluation, (Boston Herald 11/30/17)

•  Bad lesson in bookkeeping, (Boston Herald 11/30/17)

•  Marty Walsh plays coy in BPS IRS boondoggle, (Boston Herald 11/30/17)

•  City pays $1M in penalties after IRS audit, (Boston Herald 11/29/17)



•  BPS under scrutiny for under-the-table payments, (Boston Herald 11/28/17)

•  City releases IRS findings that show thousands of dollars of under-the-table payments by BPS, (Boston Globe 11/28/17)

•  IRS slams use of student funds in Boston schools, (Boston Herald 11/28/17)

•  Boston Public Schools paid some workers off the books, (Boston Globe 11/27/17)

•  The Seaport just might get a library after all, (Boston Globe 11/26/17)



•  Tang vs. Kerr: How much editorial license should opinion writers be given?, (Commonwealth Magazine 11/25/17)

•  Advocates criticize proposed bias regulations, (Boston Herald 11/24/17)

•  Thankful for donations: Displaced Puerto Ricans get holiday aid, (Boston Herald 11/21/17)

•  Feds Threaten To Sue Harvard Over Asian-American Admissions, (WBUR.org Edify 11/21/17)

•  These schools have a blueprint for teaching English, (Boston Globe 11/21/17)



•  He took on the Voting Rights Act and won. Now he's taking on Harvard, (Boston Globe 11/20/17)

•  Mass. lawmakers may be headed toward approving bilingual education in schools, (Boston Globe 11/15/17)

•  Frog Pond ice skating rink is opening and how you can skate for free, (Boston.com 11/14/17)

•  Facebook founder's gift to Harvard aimed at low-income students, (Boston Globe 11/13/17)

•  Schools struggle to explain MCAS changes as parents receive scores, (Boston Herald 11/11/17)



•  Edwards, Janey, Flynn take City Council seats, (Boston Herald 11/08/17)

•  How Boston voted: Martin J. Walsh (incumbent) vs. Tito Jackson, (Boston Globe 11/08/17)

•  Six Women of Color Were Elected to Boston City Council, (Boston Magazine 11/08/17)

•  Walsh wins second term as mayor of Boston, (Boston Herald 11/07/17)

•  Walsh wins second term as mayor, (Boston Globe 11/07/17)



•  Boston's mayoral candidates make their closing arguments, (Boston Globe 11/06/17)

•  Building more homes means crowded schools, right? Not so, study says, (Boston Globe 11/05/17)

•  Boston teachers union attack fires blanks, (Commonwealth Magazine 11/04/17)

•  This time, Brighton rushes past Latin Academy, (Boston Globe 11/04/17)



•  Harvard pitches cross-curriculum ArtLab, (Boston Herald 11/03/17)

•  BPS opens centers for Puerto Rican families, (Bay State Banner 11/01/17)

•  More than 10 percent of city school buses are late..., (Boston Globe 10/30/17)

•  Boston teachers deserve to be respected, not disparaged, (Commonwealth Magazine 10/30/17)

•  Verizon, BPS team to give out free iPads, (Boston Herald 10/29/17)

•  A disability shouldn't be a handicap, (Commonwealth Magazine 10/28/17)



•  Students, newly arrived from Puerto Rico, start over in Boston schools, (Boston Herald 10/24/17)

•  Special Report: Number of needles in Boston parks soars, (Boston Herald 10/23/17)

•  Why All Education Should Be Modeled After Kindergarten, (WBUR.org Radio 10/20/17)

•  A textbook stereotyped how racial groups respond to pain..., (Boston Globe 10/20/17)

•  MCAS woes persist as Boston schools achieve little improvement..., (Boston Herald 10/18/17)



•  Confusion could surround Wednesday's MCAS results, (Boston Globe 10/17/17)

•  Why Grit Isn't Enough, (WBUR.org Radio 10/17/17)

•  'I have real concerns about our high schools,' says Mayor Walsh, (Boston Globe 10/16/17)

•  Quiet push for unified enrollment, (Bay State Banner 10/11/17)

•  The Boston Public Library Owns 200,000 Vinyl Records , (WBUR.org ARTery 10/11/17)



•  First debate in Boston mayoral campaign is contentious, (Boston.com 10/11/17)

•  Wheelock College To Merge With Boston University's School Of Education, (WBUR.org Edify 10/11/17)

•  Jackson challenges Walsh on education, housing, (Bay State Banner 10/10/17)

•  80+ Fenway cultural events will be free on Oct 9th for BPS Families, (Boston.com 10/07/17)

•  Questions swirl on disenrolled pupils at Greater Egleston, (Bay State Banner 10/04/17)



•  Boston to outfit schools with modern furniture, (Boston Globe 10/03/17)

•  SJC will hear appeal on charter school cap, (Boston Herald 09/30/17)

•  Another Boston alternative high school marred by enrollment problems, (Boston Globe 09/28/17)

•  Mayor Walsh Reads 'The Magician's Hat' to Tobin K-8 School Students, (BPS Headlines 09/28/17)

•  Betsy DeVos is coming to Boston and she is in high demand, (Boston Globe 09/25/17)



•  Tito Jackson's record steeped in advocacy, (Boston Globe 09/23/17)

•  Charter advocates weigh in on District 7 race, (Bay State Banner 09/22/17)

•  On the T, a school system ad with an unfortunate misspelling, (Boston Globe 09/22/17)

•  Chang puts Egleston headmaster on leave amid registration snafu, (Boston Herald 09/21/17)

•  Mayor backs new plan to build MLK memorial in Boston, (Boston Globe 09/20/17)



•  26 Boston schools at risk of being declared 'underperforming', (Boston Globe 09/18/17)

•  Harvard, the Stanford of the East, (Boston Globe 09/16/17)

•  Finance chief: Teacher pact 'not inexpensive', (Boston Herald 09/14/17)

•  Boston teachers ratify contract that includes pay raise, (Boston Globe 09/13/17)



•  Northeastern president pledges $500,000 to expand global opportunities for students, (Boston Globe 09/12/17)

•  Mayor Walsh's record on education shows incremental improvements, (Boston Globe 09/10/17)

•  Parents irked by pencil-pushing Walsh, (Boston Herald 09/8/17)

•  On the first day, more Boston school buses arrived late, (Boston Globe 09/07/17)

•  Schools Across Boston Welcome Students Back On First Day, (WBUR.org Edify 09/07/17)



•  In Mattapan, a Haitian Creole program for preschoolers, (Boston Globe 09/07/17)

•  Poll: Don't give raises to Boston's unwanted teachers, (Boston Herald 09/07/17)

•  Group sounds alarm on lead in school taps, (Boston Herald 09/05/17)

•  Ethnic studies eyed by Boston teachers, (Boston Herald 09/05/17)

•  Boston to expand breakfast in classroom program, (Boston Globe 09/01/17)



•  A bad deal for Boston students, (Boston Globe 08/31/17)

•  Tuition spikes send higher education enrollment tumbling, (Boston Herald 08/31/17)

•  Boston Teachers Union gets a contract, (Bay State Banner 08/30/17)

•  BTU RATIFICATION MEETING NOTICE TO ALL EMPLOYEES, (Boston Teacher's Union 08/29/17)

•  Students who occasionally light up don't see themselves as smokers, survey says, (Boston Globe 08/29/17)



•  Gladys S. Wood, 101, Boston's first African-American public school principal, (Boston Globe 08/27/17)

•  Dorchester Academy faces uncertain future, (Boston Globe 08/25/17)

•  Summary of BTU/BPS TA, (Boston Teacher's Union 08/24/17)

•  Boston Teachers Union, city reach agreement on new contract, (Boston Globe 08/24/17)

•  Mass. grades out as most educated state in US, (Boston Globe 08/23/17)



•  A Boston Program Pays Some Participants To Quit Gangs And Go To College, (WBUR.org Edify 08/22/17)

•  Kathleen Kelley, fierce advocate for teachers, (Boston Globe 08/16/17)

•  Where are Boston's most educated neighborhoods?, (Boston Globe 08/16/17)

•  Closing the achievement gap, one summer camp at a time, (Boston Globe 08/14/17)

•  Dominican parade takes over Jamaica Plain's streets, (Boston Globe 08/14/17)



•  Mass. school evaluations called 'unfair', (Bay State Banner 08/09/17)

•  RATING THE RATINGS ANALYZING THE FIRST 17 ESSA ACCOUNTABILITY PLANS. p.25, (Fordham Institute Summer 2017)

•  Reasons for Felix G. Arroyo's suspension still unclear, (Boston Globe 08/06/17)

•  Boston schools warning of online game reported to encourage teen suicide, (Boston Globe 08/03/17)

•  Summer at sea offers city students new perspectives, (Boston Globe 08/02/17)



•  Some charter school leaders' pay far outpaces their public rivals, (Boston Globe 08/01/17)

•  Inner-city kids get remedial lessons, outdoor fun, (Boston Globe 08/01/17)

•  Expand and reboot often-ignored Metco, (Boston Globe 07/31/17)

•  Boston's human services chief Felix G. Arroyo placed on paid leave, (Boston Globe 07/31/17)

•  'People don't understand that this parade coming down this street is a miracle', (Boston Globe 07/30/17)



•  Can Boston Solve School Lunch?, (City Lab 07/28/17)

•  Lawmakers hope to undo English-only education in Mass., (Boston Globe 07/27/17)

•  MIT's 'Quantum Team' Wins First-ever BPS Transportation Challenge, (BPS Headlines 07/25/17)

•  Boston to consolidate school bus routes, lay off dozens of drivers, (Boston Globe 07/24/17)

•  Boston schools choose new food vendor, (Boston Globe 07/18/17)



•  Two immigrants will get full-ride scholarships to UMass, (Boston Globe 07/16/17)

•  BPS Partnership Summer Programs 2017, (Partners BPS, Summer 2017)

•  Time to update state school funding formula, (Commonwealth Magazine, 07/14/17)

•  Changing of the guard, Jessica Tang, BTU President, (Commonwealth Magazine, 07/11/17)

•  Boston's public libraries to get $102 million overhaul, (Boston Herald, 07/09/17)



•  Four Quick Reference Guides (QRGs) to the 2017 ELA Curriculum Framework..., (DESE News Archives, 07/06/17)

•  2017 Curriculum Frameworks for ELA and for Math are Available..., (DESE News Archives, 06/29/17)

•  BPS Partnership Summer Programs 2017, (Partners BPS, Summer 2017)

•  ELL Update: New Exit Criteria, Equivalent Proficiency Levels, and Recommended..., (DESE News Archives, 06/28/17)

•  A report card on Harvard's Drew Faust, (Boston Globe, 06/26/17)

•  At East Boston High School, a voice to raise up other young immigrants, (Boston Globe, 06/24/17)

•  Concerns mount as student suspension rates soar in Boston, (WCVB.com, 06/24/17)

•  Mayor Walsh, Superintendent Chang Announce Boston Launch of Becoming a Man, (BPS Headlines, 06/21/17)



•  Mayor Walsh, BPS and City Officials Break Ground on Eliot Upper School Renovation, (BPS Headlines, 06/20/17)

•  Scholarships for 65 Boston High School Graduates, (BU Today, 06/15/17)

•  In Boston, An Effort To Turn Summer School Into Something Students Won't Want To Miss, (WBUR Edify, 06/14/17)

•  Boston schools revamp programs to tackle summer learning slide, (Boston Globe, 06/14/17)

•  Immigrants, teachers urge City Council to adopt sanctuary schools measure, (Boston Globe, 06/14/17)



•  Faust, who pushed for diversity at Harvard, to step down, (Boston Globe, 06/24/17)

•  From Xs & Os to ABCs, (Boston Herald, 06/10/17)

•  After-school programs are a lifeline for kids and parents, (Boston Globe, 06/05/17)

•  Boston elementary students receive surprise scholarships, (Boston Globe, 06/03/17)

•  What's Holding Up the BTU Contract?, (Blue Mass Group, 05/31/17)

•  Boston student competing in national spelling bee, (Boston Globe, 05/31/17)



•  'You make Boston Public Schools proud,' 38 valedictorians are told, (Boston Globe, 05/30/17)

•  Schools should eliminate excess pool, (Boston Herald, 05/26/17)

•  ICE spokesman slams Tito Jackson's Sanctuary School Act as 'policy for a non-issue', (Boston Herald, 05/25/17)

•  Diversity gap at Boston Latin proving stubborn, (Boston Globe, 05/22/17)

•  Bolling: Boston teachers union needs to face facts, (Boston Herald, 05/20/17)



•  Unwanted teachers cost $34M, (Boston Herald, 05/20/17)

•  East Boston community rallies to raise money for new school playground, (Boston Herald, 05/19/17)

•  Boston Teachers Union poised to elect 1st person of color as president, (Boston Globe, 05/18/17)

•  Boston Teachers Union’s tall tale, (Boston Globe, 05/18/17)

•  City Hall, teachers union trade accusations, (Boston Herald, 05/18/17)

•  Proposal would demolish, replace Boston Arts Academy, (Boston Globe, 05/17/17)



•  Mayor Walsh 'shocked' by teachers' union accusations over talks, (Boston Herald, 05/17/17)

•  Teachers' union accuses city of running down clock on contract talks, (Boston Herald, 05/17/17)

•  Teachers union calls impasse in negotiations, (Boston Herald, 05/17/17)

•  Boston Teachers Union asks for state intervention after 'impasse' in talks with city, (Boston Globe, 05/16/17)

•  With no foes, ex-teacher has broad support to be next school union prez, (Boston Herald, 05/13/17)



                                                                       

•  Massachusetts' school ballot fight 2nd costliest since 2000, (Boston Herald, 05/13/17)

•  Supt: Mattapan early ed school may get upper grades restored soon, (Boston Herald, 05/11/17)

•  In face of cuts, Boston Public Schools details supports for district's low-performing schools, (Bay State Banner, 05/11/17)

•  A new vision for Roslindale middle schoolers, (Boston Globe, 05/10/17)

•  Boston civil rights groups call for school admissions probe, (Boston Herald, 05/10/17)

•  Diversity progress at elite exam schools is lagging, study says, (Boston Globe, 05/10/17)

•  Boston Latin School is pulled into Harvard race-bias suit, (Boston Globe, 05/09/17)

•  Teen chefs up to healthy challenge, (Boston Herald, 05/03/17)

•  Crossing Boston's Bridge To Excellence To Reach Untapped Talent, (WGBH News, 04/28/17)

•  Creating inclusive schools for LGBTQ students, (Boston Globe, 04/27/17)

•  East Boston High soccer star earns college scholarship, (Boston Herald, 04/26/17)

•  Surprise! East Boston High School student receives full college tuition, (Boston Globe, 04/25/17)

•  BPS parents group aims to shatter funding hierarchy, (Boston Herald, 04/23/17)



                                                                       

•  How Data Is Driving A Math Turnaround At Boston's English High, (WBUR.org Edify, 04/12/17)

•  Union accuses Boston School Department of trying to silence teachers, (Boston Globe, 04/11/17)

•  How One Boston Teacher Is Building Self-Esteem With A Song, (WBUR Edify, 04/06/17)

•  Young boy shot in Roxbury expected to recover, (Boston Globe, 04/03/17)

•  5-year-old boy shot in back in Roxbury, (Boston Herald, 04/03/17)

•  Special Report: Juvenile gun arrest rate doubles in city, (Boston Herald, 04/03/17)

•  Per-pupil school funding widens some equity gaps, (Bay State Banner, 03/31/17)

•  Rachel Skerritt named headmaster at Boston Latin School, (Boston Globe, 03/24/17)

•  First African-American named to lead BLS, (Boston Herald, 03/24/17)

•  Teaming up vs. youth violence, (Boston Herald, 03/21/17)



                                                                       

•  Boston teachers' union holds walk-in to protest stalled contract negotiations, (Bay State Banner, 03/15/17)

•  Boston teachers' union calls for protest as contract talks stall, (Boston Herald, 03/15/17)

•  Even with the lights out, Boston School Committee meetings push on, (Boston Globe, 03/13/17)

•  Group to study return to elected Boston school board (Boston Herald, 03/09/17)

•  Applications Double for Boston Charter Schools Under New Enrollment System, (Education Next, 03/08/17)

•  For Boston charters, a record spike in applicants, (Boston Globe, 03/06/17)

•  BLS alums recognized, (Boston Herald, 03/04/17)

•  How Boston achieved its record high school graduation rate, (Christian Science Monitor, 03/03/17)

•  School budget plan ripped for impact on minority pupils, (Boston Herald, 03/02/17)

•  Mayor: BPS closures not viable option, (Boston Herald, 03/02/17)

•  A Responsive Blended Approach for Increased Access to Professional Learning, (The Line 03/01/17)

•  Loophole lets veteran educators work on licenses meant for new teachers, (Fox25Boston.com, 03/01/17)

•  Report: Half of Boston's school buildings in 'fair' condition, (Boston Globe, 03/01/17)

•  Weak 'Build BPS' plan rollout angers parents, (Boston Herald, 03/01/17)




•  Hundreds of Boston teachers working without proper licenses, (Fox25Boston.com, 02/28/17)

•  State's high school graduation rate sets record as Boston makes strides, (Boston Globe, 02/28/17)

•  BPS launches website to provide aid to immigrants, (Boston Globe, 02/25/17)

•  BPS unveils new website for immigrant families, (Boston Herald, 02/25/17)

•  Boston teachers get big-buck bump, (Boston Herald, 02/23/17)

•  City of Boston Employee Earnings Report 2016-2017, (City of Boston, 02/23/17)

•  Walsh blasts Trump over transgender policy in schools, (Boston Globe, 02/23/17)

•  Mass. should diversify teaching force - and here's how, (Boston Globe, 02/22/17)



•  Walsh, Chang Announce Makeeba Mccreary as Managing Director and Senior Advisor..., (BPS Headlines, 02/10/17)

•  Jackson seeks school nurses, transit passes for students, (Boston Globe, 02/02/17)

•  Shot fired at BPS district office, (Boston Herald, 02/02/17)

•  Boston city officials unveil new school budget plan, (Bay State Banner, 02/01/17)

•  BPS FY18 Budget Proposal to Include Projected $40 Million Increase, (BPS Headlines, 02/01/17)



•  BPS eyes $1M hike in spending to help homeless students, (Boston Herald, 01/31/17)

•  Maguire: MCAS test flunks at city schools, (Boston Herald, 01/28/17)

•  Parents challenge Chang on extended school day, (Boston Herald, 01/28/17)

•  You're not in Kansas anymore. This 'Wiz' is set in Roxbury, (Boston Globe, 01/27/17)

•  Mayor was at Tobin School when shooting erupted outside, (Boston Globe, 01/26/17)

•  Mayor Walsh plans ways to hike school funding, (Bay State Banner, 01/25/17)



•  Shots fired in Mission Hill near elementary school, (Boston Globe, 01/24/17)

•  Walsh's universal pre-K plan faces hurdles, (Boston Globe, 01/19/17)

•  Read the full text of Mayor Walsh's 'State of the City', (Boston Globe, 01/18/17)

•  Walsh tries again for pre-kindergarten expansion, (Boston Globe, 01/18/17)

•  Thinking big about Boston Public Schools, (Boston Globe, 01/17/17)

•  How Mayor Walsh will push for more state money for Boston schools, (Boston Globe, 01/17/17)

•  MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION FINANCE REFORM LEGISLATION, (Mayor Walsh Press Release, 01/17/17)

•  A President Who Inspired Big Dreams, and Big Smiles, in a Young Generation, (New York Times, 01/14/17)

•  Parents to pols: Save our schools, (Boston Herald, 01/14/17)

•  Charter Schools – Amendments for Boston Schools, (Mitchell D. Chester, Ed.D., Commissioner, 01/13/17)

•  Parents see charter-school stance as factor in mayoral race, (Boston Herald, 01/13/17)



•  Martellus Bennett helps Tobin K-8 School in need of library books, (WHDH.com, 01/12/17)

•  Martellus Bennett 'saves the day,' fulfills Boston school fundraiser, (Boston Globe, 01/11/17)

•  Back by Popular Demand: Getting Started with Google, (BTU eBulletin, 01/10/17)

•  Darrell Anane's Rookie Year: Learning The Limits Of A Teacher's Control, (WBUR.org Edify, 01/06/17)

•  Walsh reappoints School Committee chairman, (Boston Globe, 01/02/16)

•  Make arts education standard, (Boston Globe, 01/01/17)

•  City adds MassBay to tuition-free plan for BPS grads from low-income families, (Boston Herald, 12/30/16)

•  BuildBPS report examines changing student demographics, (Bay State Banner, 12/29/16)

•  BU expands scholarships for Boston public school grads, (Boston Globe, 12/26/16)

•  Boston Schools Superintendent Tommy Chang's First Year — And First Report Card, (WBUR Edify, 12/26/16)

•  More openness needed on Boston teachers contract, (Boston Globe, 12/26/16)

•  Happy children tear open presents at Boston gift giveaway, (Boston Globe, 12/25/16)

•  Boston's bigs give smiles playing Santa, (Boston Herald, 12/25/16)



•  Black alumni create refuge for BLS students, (Boston Globe, 12/24/16)

•  Heslam: Teacher, Hanover neighbors help Boston kids play Santa, (Boston Herald, 12/23/16)

•  A twin package at New Mission, (Boston Globe, 12/22/16)

•  No cuts for BPS, but Walsh sees need for increased efficiency, (Boston Herald, 12/20/16)

•  The High School Of The Future - Right Here In Boston, (WBUR Edify, 12/16/16)

•  Boston delays vote on changing school grade spans, (Boston Globe, 12/16/16)

•  Headmaster at Madison Park school on leave, (Boston Globe, 12/15/16)

•  New Hub group organizes parents, teachers, students for education agenda, (Bay State Banner, 12/14/16)

•  Bostonians of the Year 2016: Kylie Webster-Cazeau and Meggie Noel, (Boston Globe, 12/14/16)

•  President of Boston Teachers Union to retire in June, (Boston Globe, 12/13/16)

•  Innovation growing at Boston Public Schools, (Boston Herald, 12/09/16)





•  BPS Expand Extended Learning Time to an Additional 39 Schools Next Year, (BPS Headlines, 12/07/16)

•  Mattahunt puts focus on options for turnaround schools, (Bay State Banner, 12/07/16)

•  Boston school days could soon get longer by 40 minutes, (Boston Globe, 12/07/16)

•  Boston students take to streets, protest Trump admin., (Bay State Banner, 12/07/16)

•  Mass. shines on global test (PISA), but math scores slip, (Boston Globe, 12/06/16)

•  Boston students' protest raises rights question, (Boston Herald, 12/06/16)

•  BPS and Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative Launch Data-Sharing Agreement..., (BPS Headlines, 12/05/16)

•  Hundreds of students walk out of Boston schools, colleges, (Boston Globe, 12/05/16)

•  Mayor Marty Walsh to protesters: Stay in school, (Boston Herald, 12/05/16)

•  Boston students plan walkout Monday in protest of Trump, (Boston Globe, 12/04/16)

•  Boston students plan class walkout to protest Trump, (Boston Herald, 12/03/16)



•  Boston puts brakes on changing school start times, (Boston Globe, 12/03/16)

•  Boston considers changing school start times to save on busing costs, (Boston Globe, 12/01/16)

•  Mattahunt parents urge state to halt school closing, (Boston Herald, 11/30/16)

•  Angry parents want answers from school, (Boston Herald, 11/29/16)

•  BPS Open House Events to Help Families with School Registration Decisions, (BPS Headlines, 11/28/16)

•  BPS reviews communication breakdown after alleged sex assault on bus, (Boston Herald, 11/24/16)

•  School lagged in requesting bus monitor after allegations, (Boston Herald, 11/23/16)

•  Massachusetts Introduces Public Lookup Tool for Educator Licensure, (DESE News, 11/23/16)

•  Lewd bus claim sparks anger, (Boston Herald, 11/22/16)

•  Your child's pencils are likely being crowdfunded, (Boston Globe, 11/21/16)

•  Pre-approved Graphic Organizers, Checklists, and Supplemental Reference Sheets, for use by SWD, (DESE News, 11/18/16)

•  Walsh prepares to lead a conversation about race, (Boston Globe, 11/18/16)

•  Program sends Boston leaders to school, (BPS Headlines, 11/17/16)

•  Tour Boston's Exam Schools This Fall, (Edify, 11/17/16)

•  How One Boston School Helps Young Students With Complex Feelings About The Election, (Edify, 11/17/16)

•  Boston School Committee votes to close failing school, (Boston Globe, 11/17/16)

•  Patriots Tight End and Author Martellus Bennett Reads to Students at Tobin School, (BPS Headlines, 11/16/16)

•  A Roslindale principal wrote this moving letter to students..., (Boston.com, 11/15/16)

•  Read the touching letter a principal wrote to students..., (Upworthy.com, 11/11/16)



•  Bay State schools offer grief counselors to students after election, (Boston Herald, 11/10/16)

•  BPS Start and End Times for 2016-2017, (Donna E. Muncey 11/09/16)

•  Post-Election Letter from Superintendent Tommy Chang, (BPS Supt. Chang, 11/09/16)

•  Schools offer counseling, support for students, staff, (Boston Globe, 11/09/16)

•  Schools That Work, (New York Times, 11/04/16)

•  Plan calls for closure of Mattahunt, (Boston Herald, 11/03/16)

•  BPS open house highlights 10-year-plan process, (Bay State Banner, 11/02/16)

•  Are families lying to get children into top city schools?, (Boston Globe, 11/01/16)

•  Teachers' unions want charter school ad starring Baker removed, (Boston Globe, 10/31/16)

•  Adding charter schools is about opportunity, not just funding, (Boston Globe, 10/27/16)

•  Investing in Student Success: 10 Big Ideas..., (BPS, 10/25/16)

•  Boston School Dept. Details 'Big Ideas' To Close Budget Gap, (WBUR Edify, 10/25/16)

•  Boston school closings are back on the table, (Boston Globe, 10/25/16)



•  Students pan BLS dress code, (Boston Herald, 10/24/16)

•  Lawmakers working for homeless Mass. youth, (Boston Herald, 10/23/16)

•  Minority parents decry charter cap, (Boston Herald, 10/21/16)

•  Vote 'no' on Question 2, (Boston Globe, 10/18/16)

•  A new class of promise for BLS racial harmony, (Boston Herald, 10/13/16)

•  School Committee Votes No on 2, then District Votes No on Buttons, (BTU, 10/12/16)

•  BPS envisions future of education and school facilities, (Bay State Banner, 10/12/16)

•  Boston School Committee Unanimously Votes #NoOn2, (BTU, 10/11/16)

•  Minority hiring advocate tells BPS to get more 'aggressive', (Boston Herald, 10/12/16)



•  Boston School Committee opposes charter school question, (Boston Globe, 10/06/16)

•  High School students learn pathways to entrepreneurship with BUILD, (Bay State Banner, 10/05/16)

•  When does charter school politicking cross the line?, (Boston Globe, 10/05/16)

•  In a fourth-grade classroom, embrace of differences makes a powerful impact, (Boston Globe, 10/04/16)

•  Boston middle schoolers immersed in STEM topics, (Boston Globe, 10/04/16)

•  The politics of a Boston Latin School education, (Boston Globe, 10/03/16)

•  Boston school construction project delayed, (Boston Globe, 10/01/16)

•  Black leaders call for elected ed board, but members think otherwise, (Boston Globe, 10/01/16)

•  BPS Debut Interactive Model for Math Education, Launches Partnership with New Classrooms, (BPS Headlines, 09/29/16)

•  TechBoston Academy launches new personalized math curriculum, (Boston Globe, 09/29/16)



•  US attorney thinks Boston Latin reforms will help racial climate, (Boston Globe, 09/29/16)

•  Civil rights violated at Boston Latin School, feds say, (Bay State Banner, 09/28/16)

•  It's time for vocational schools to get some respect, (Boston Globe, 09/28/16)

•  Message from the BTU President: Political Work, Assessment and Accountability Results, (BTU ebulletin, 09/27/16)

•  Marty Walsh is right to rip state for BLS downgrade, (Boston Herald, 09/27/16)

•  Feds: BLS acted with 'insufficient seriousness', (Boston Herald, 09/27/16)

•  BPS Celebrates Twelve Schools Rising to Level 1 Status in New DESE Accountability Data, (BPS Headlines, 09/26/16)

•  U.S. Attorney finds Boston Latin School in violation of Civil Rights Act, (Boston Herald, 09/26/16)

•  Probe finds discrimination at Boston Latin, (Boston Globe, 09/26/16)

•  Mayor: State 'completely wrong' to downgrade Boston Latin, (Boston Herald, 09/26/16)

•  Boston Latin, Clap schools lose top standing after 15 students opt out of test, (Boston Globe, 09/26/16)



•  Could Boston go to 6-year high schools?, (Boston Globe, 09/26/16)

•  BPS looking to turn the page on lack of libraries, (Boston Herald, 09/23/16)

•  Tommy Chang can't make top grade in first-year report card, (Boston Herald, 09/22/16)

•  Tommy Chang gets good marks in first job review, (Boston Globe, 09/21/16)

•  Boston School Committee may oppose charter school measure, (Boston Globe, 09/21/16)

•  MAYOR WALSH Announces Updates to BPS Facilities, (Boston.gov, 09/16/16)

•  Boston students denied ride by MBTA drivers, (Boston Globe, 09/10/16)

•  The charter school bargain, (Boston Globe, 00/09/16)

•  Councilor blasts BPS sneaks, (Boston Herald, 00/09/16)

•  BLS students hope for a fresh start as year begins, (Boston Globe, 09/08/16)



•  Shuttering, consolidating schools remain options, Tommy Chang says, (Bay State Banner, 09/07/16)

•  Final test of survival for Madison, (Boston Herald, 08/31/16)

•  BPS closings on the way?, (Boston Herald, 08/30/16)



•  Boston boosts diversity in preparing for exam school tests, (Boston Globe, 08/30/16)

•  City teachers try to make do with fewer staff, supplies, (Bay State Banner, 08/24/16)

•  Boston Latin School on crash course to tackle racial tension, (Boston Herald, 08/23/16)

•  Chang: Close gap, nurture diversity, (Boston Herald, 08/18/16)



•  City Council urges schools to shut down all water fountains, (Boston Herald, 08/18/16)

•  BPS parents call for city to replace aging pipes, (Boston Herald, 08/18/16)

•  Water hazard in Boston schools, (Boston Herald, 08/17/16)

•  Superintendent: Water fountains at 7 BPS schools test positive for unsafe lead levels, (Boston Herald, 08/16/16)

•  Special Report: Homeless forced from motels deal with 'chaos and anxiety', (Boston Herald 08/16/16)



•  Charter schools seek to expand, (Boston Globe 08/15/16)

•  Madison headmaster cited for improperly taking sick days, (Boston Globe, 08/08/16)

•  More than 100 displaced Boston teachers still lack classroom assignments, (Boston Globe, 08/07/16)



•  Homelessness takes toll on schools, (Boston Herald, 08/06/16)

•  Boston schools bypass internal hiring of some teachers, (Boston Globe, 08/31/14)

•  Probe: BLS failed to act properly on 17 cases of racial bias, (Boston Herald, 08/04/16)

•  Letter from Superintendent Chang, (Superintendent Chang, 08/03/16)

•  BPS Press Release: BPS Office of Equity Completes Extensive Investigation at BLS, (BPS Office of Equity, 08/03/16)

•  EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Investigation of Violations of BPS Nondiscrimination Policies at BLS: Phase II, (BPS Office of Equity, 08/03/16)

•  Executive Summary Assessment of the Racial Climate at the BLS, (Vision Inc)

•  NAACP prez: Report of racial allegations at BLS 'truth catching up to reality', (Boston Herald, 08/03/16)

•  More than a dozen 'bias-based' cases found at BLS, (Boston Globe, 08/03/16)



•  What Boston's Preschools Get Right, (Atlantic, 08/02/16)

•  Principal who transformed school honored on retirement, (Boston Globe, 07/30/16)

•  Home is where the art is, (Bay State Banner, 07/27/16)

•  Talks between city, teachers union hit obstacles, (Boston Globe, 07/26/16)



•  Supt. Chang Letter to BPS Community RE: WGBH Article on Exam Schools, (Supt. Chang, 07/20/16)

•  Walsh, Chang dispute report on exam schools, (Boston Globe, 07/20/16)

•  BPS Weighing Proposal To Bar Applications From Parochial, Private, And Charter Schools, (WGBH.com, 07/20/16)

•  Chang to revamp school leadership with deputy's exit, (Boston Globe, 07/18/16)

•  At BLS, how furor unfolded behind the scenes, (Boston Globe, 07/14/16)

•  2 Madison Park administrators lack state licenses, (Boston Globe, 07/12/16)

•  Mayor signs $2.98B Fiscal Year 2017 Budget, (Bay State Banner, 07/08/16)

•  City Council OK's Walsh's new budget, (Bay State Banner, 07/06/16)

•  Council approves city budget amid education fight, (Boston Globe, 06/29/16)

•  Council to vote on city budget, school funding, (Boston Globe, 06/28/16)



•  Boston Latin alumni decry 'secret process' for admissions changes, (Boston Globe, 07/04/16)

•  Boston mulls changes to admission rules for exam schools, (Boston Globe, 07/02/16)

•  Civil rights leaders, clergy renew focus on racial climate, (Boston Globe, 06/29/16)

•  Black leaders seek change with new BLS headmaster, (Boston Herald, 06/29/16)

•  Boston Latin turmoil also moment of opportunity, (Commonwealth Magazine, 06/28/16)

•  Chang taps former BLS headmaster as school's interim leader, (Boston Globe, 06/28/16)

•  Who will be Boston Latin's interim headmaster?, (Boston Globe, 06/28/16)

•  Black leader: Mayor's BLS spin game only hurting himself, (Boston Herald, 06/28/16)



•  Marty Walsh calls in reinforcement for Boston Latin investigation, (Boston Herald, 06/27/16)

•  Committing to racial justice key to Marty Walsh's re-election bid, (Boston Herald, 06/27/16)

•  Will Boston Public Schools adopt later high school start times?, (Boston.com, 06/27/16)

•  Superintendent to name interim Boston Latin headmaster, (Boston Globe, 06/26/16)

•  Let's get past the blame, (Boston Herald, 06/26/16)

•  District finds BLS mishandled racially charged incidents, (Boston Herald, 06/25/16)

•  BLS alumni at odds, (Boston Herald, 06/25/16)



•  Fueling the fires of a crisis at Boston Latin School, (Boston Globe, 06/24/16)

•  Alleged gag order, mayor's meddling ripped at Latin School rally, (Boston Herald, 06/24/16)

•  What's next for Boston Latin?, (Boston Globe, 06/24/16)

•  Defenders, critics of Teta, Flynn speak out, (Boston Herald, 06/24/16)

•  Gelzinis: Loss of two leaders is high price to pay, (Boston Herald, 06/24/16)

•  Read BLS administrator Malcolm Flynn's resignation letter, (Boston Globe, 06/24/16)



•  BLS faculty clash with Walsh, Chang, (Boston Globe, 06/23/16)

•  BLS teachers speak out about resignations after tense meeting with Mayor Walsh, (Boston.com, 06/23/16)

•  Frustrated teachers turn on mayor outside Boston Latin School, (Boston Herald, 06/23/16)

•  DOJ talks to BLS students, (Boston Herald, 06/23/16)

•  2nd Boston Latin administrator resigns, blasts Tommy Chang, (Boston Herald, 06/23/16)

•  Second Boston Latin administrator quits, criticizes Chang, Walsh, (Boston Globe, 06/22/16)

•  Black leaders seek change after headmaster steps down, (Boston Globe, 06/22/16)

•  Spotlight on Supt. Tommy Chang after Boston Latin headmaster quits, (Boston Herald, 06/22/16)

•  BLS students hope for closure after sudden resignation, (Boston Globe, 06/22/16)

•  Latin School headmaster blames 'outside' forces for strife, (Boston Herald, 06/22/16)

•  How Boston Latin speaks to America's diversity troubles, (Boston Globe Opinion, 06/22/16)

           

•  Education chief says no secrets in BPS planning, (Bay State Banner, 06/22/16)

•  Embattled Boston Latin headmaster quits her post, (Boston Herald, 06/21/16)

•  Boston Latin School headmaster's statement on resignation, (Boston Globe, 06/21/16)

•  Amid controversy, Boston Latin headmaster resigns, (Boston Globe, 06/21/16)

•  BPS budget puts city at a crossroads, (Bay State Banner, 06/20/16)

•  Can receivership save a failing Boston school?, (Boston Globe, 06/20/16)



•  Five schools cited for discipline bias, (Boston Herald, 06/16/16)

•  Boston budget chief David Sweeney: 'We have no plans to close schools', (Boston Herald, 06/16/16)

•  Boston City Council votes down Walsh budget, (Bay State Banner, 06/15/16)

•  Boston Proudly Invests in its Schools, (David Sweeney, CFO City of Boston, 06/13/16)

•  Where we stand in education; how we stand up for all our students, (MayorMartyWalsh.com, 06/13/16)

•  BPS racial focus 'only beginning', (Boston Herald, 06/12/16)

•  Resilience on display at Burke school, (Boston Globe, 06/10/16)

•  At Burke school, graduation in the shadow of tragedy, (Boston Globe, 06/10/16)

•  City council rejects budget, calls for more public school funding, (Boston.com 06/08/16)

•  Chang: We pray that one day we can see an end to senseless violence, (Boston Globe 06/08/16)

•  Teen dead, 3 wounded in shooting near Jeremiah E. Burke High School, (Boston Herald 06/08/16)

•  Police seek help after student killed outside Boston school, (Boston Globe 06/08/16)

•  For this class, graduation is an EPIC event, (Boston Globe 06/08/16)

•  School building sell-off?, (Bay State Banner, 06/07/16)

•  BPS students overtook the district's budget forum Tuesday with tough questions for the superintendent", (Boston.com 06/07/16)





•  Parents say records show Walsh quietly aims to shut schools, (Boston Globe 06/07/16)

•  McKinsey Report Steering Committee Working Draft, (Released April 2016)



•  Treating at-risk kids as an afterthought, (Boston Globe, 06/06/16)

•  Long-delayed preschool report advises further study, (Boston Globe 06/04/16)

•  Facilities plan seen as part of charter strategy, (Bay State Banner 06/01/16)

•  Boston celebrates its valedictorians and their disparate stories, (Boston Globe 05/31/16)

•  Plan to rate teachers based on test scores is under fire, (Boston Globe 05/31/16)

•  School Department Imposes Plan to Evaluate Using Test Scores, Recruits Teachers to Help, (BTU eBulletin 05/26/16)

•  Senate votes to kill mandate tying student test scores to educator evaluations, (Massachusetts Teacher Association 05/26/16)

•  Valedictorian credits school's support network, (Bay State Banner 05/25/16)

•  Boston school panel to review proposals on water policy, (Boston Globe 05/25/16)

•  Students at center of school funding battle, (Bay State Banner 05/25/16)

•  Discipline for BLS boss news to many students, (Boston Herald 05/25/16)



                                                                       

•  #BlackAtBLS leaders say racial climate unchanged, (Boston Herald 05/23/16)

•  Boston Latin students release new video claiming school climate hasn't changed, (Boston Globe 05/23/16)

•  Boston student walkout about cuts and more, (Commonwealth Magazine 05/18/16)

•  Stop playing politics, and fix the Boston schools, (Boston Globe 05/18/16)

•  BPS walkout may position Tito Jackson for mayoral run, (Boston Herald 05/18/16)

•  Hundreds of BPS students stage walkout in protest of proposed budget cuts, (Boston Herald 05/17/16)

•  Mayor, councilor spar over today's BPS walkout, (Boston Herald 05/17/16)

•  Boston students walk out to protest school cuts, (Boston Globe 05/17/16)

•  Reports on social media of Boston student walkout, (Boston Globe 05/17/16)

•  Students plan 2nd walkout over cuts to school funding, (Boston Globe 05/16/16)

•  Marty Walsh restores school cuts, but still $5M short, (Boston Herald 05/11/16)

•  BPS does about-face on nonprofit partner contracts, (Boston Herald 05/11/16)

•  Mayor Walsh Announces Release of New Data Dashboard Insight to Demographics of City's Workforce, (CityofBoston.gov 05/10/16)



•  City councilors call for BPS to shut down all school fountains, (Boston Herald 05/07/16)

•  Turn off all city school water fountains, 12 councilors demand, (Boston Herald 05/06/16)

•  Boston City Council Letter to Superintendent Chang and Chairman O'Neill, (Boston City Council 05/05/16)

•  2 Boston school staffers put on leave amid lead-tainted water probe, (Boston Globe 05/05/16)

•  Boston students might have drunk from lead-contaminated fountains, (Boston.com 05/05/16)

•  All levels of BPS community protest budget cuts, (Boston Globe 05/04/16)

•  Lead-tainted water is found at more Boston schools, (Boston Globe 05/04/16)

•  Why Boston Latin’s problems are everyone's problem, (Boston Globe 05/04/16)

•  McKinsey Report Released After FOIA Requests, Calls for 30-50 School Closings, (BTU.org 05/03/16)

•  Education czar on Boston stop urges 'inclusive' hires, (Boston Globe 05/03/16)

•  BPS review suggested massive school closures, (Boston Globe 04/29/16)

•  Unsafe lead levels found in two more city schools, (Boston Globe 04/26/16)

•  School closings are tough but necessary, (Boston Globe 04/25/16)

•  At BLS, little outreach to city's black, Latino students, (Boston Globe 04/23/16)

•  Boston Public Schools Operational Review by McKinsey & Co, (BPS April 2015)



                                                                       

•  Editorial: Simple salary math, (Boston Herald Editorial 04/20/16)

•  Teachers union rips educator pay study, (Boston Herald 04/19/16)

•  BTU and BPS Fail to Reach Agreement on DESE Mandate to Issue 'Impact on Student Learning' Ratings, (BTU.org News 04/13/16)

•  BTU and BPS Fail to Reach Agreement on New Policy Creating District-Determined Measures, (BTU.org News 04/12/16)

•  Educator Evaluation: Student Impact Rating, (DESE)

•  Educator Evaluation: Student & Staff Feedback, (DESE)

•  Scrutiny put on BPS suspensions, (Bay State Banner 04/13/16)

•  BTU and BPS Fail to Reach Agreement on New Policy Creating District-Determined Measures, (BTU.org 04/12/16)

•  School discipline policies criticized, defended, (Boston Globe 04/12/16)

•  Council to study school discipline, (Boston Herald 04/11/16)

•  School closings bring pain, and not always savings, (Boston Globe 04/11/16)

•  Madison Park High hopes GE philanthropy pledge will aid in turnaround, (Boston Globe 04/07/16)

•  BPS shouldn't rehire bus drivers who put kids at risk, (Boston Globe 04/06/16)

•  Former Brighton school principal claims racial discrimination in her removal, (Channel 5 WCVB.com 04/05/16)

•  Lynch: Wait for probe before BLS decision, (Boston Herald 04/05/16)

•  Calls intensify for Boston Public Schools race investigation, (Boston Herald 04/04/16)



                                                                       

•  Educators claim racial bias exists in BPS discipline, (Boston Herald 04/04/16)

•  Tito Jackson calls out bias in schools' discipline system, (Boston Herald 04/04/16)

•  NAACP calls for ouster of Boston Latin's embattled leader, (Boston Herald 03/31/16)

•  Recovery begins at Madison Park Voc Tech, (Bay State Banner 03/30/16)

•  Boston schools moved to fix lead in water — and now it's worse, (Boston Globe 03/29/16)

•  The new challenges facing Boston Public Schools, (Boston Globe 03/29/16)

•  Boston students get active, help starving children overseas, (Boston Globe 03/28/16)

•  Mayor Walsh: Adults are giving 'misinformation' to protesting students, (Boston.com 03/25/16)

•  Boston school budget gap filled, for now, but hard decisions remain, (Boston Globe 03/24/16)

•  Protesters upset by $1B BPS budget, urge taxes on rich, (Boston Herald 03/24/16)

•  Some Boston school tap water hasn't been tested for lead in years, (Boston Globe 03/24/16)

•  Boston School Committee adopts controversial budget, (Boston Globe 03/23/16)

•  Teachers union walks out of talks with city, (Boston Globe 03/23/16)

•  Chang proposes earlier school start date, scrapping Feb. break, (Boston Globe 03/22/16)

•  Fourth graders are getting unequal educations, says Chang, (Bay State Banner 03/23/16)



                                                                       

•  Panel recommended city take lead on preschool network, (Boston Globe 03/22/16)

•  Gabrielle Farrell as Deputy Chief of Staff of Communications at BPS, (CityofBoston.gov 03/21/16)

•  Can you spell c-h-a-m-p-i-o-n?, (Boston Globe 03/19/16)

•  Pride and pressure at prestigious Boston Latin, (Boston Globe 03/19/16)

•  BLS student says teacher greeted her with slur during class, (Boston Globe 03/17/16)

•  Mom asks BLS to fire teacher over racial slur, (Boston Herald 03/17/16)

•  Here's what's in the updated BPS budget and what's not, (Boston.com 03/16/16)

•  4 looming concerns before the BPS budget hearing, (Boston.com 03/16/16)

•  Boston Latin School parent meets with headmaster, asks for teacher to be fired, (Boston Herald 03/16/16)

•  Tommy Chang optimistic about extra funding for BPS, (Boston Herald 03/14/16)

•  The education of Tommy Chang, (Boston Globe 03/13/16)

•  After student walkouts, Walsh moves to block budget cuts, (Boston Globe 03/11/16)

•  'We Were Listening': Walsh Calls Off Proposed School Cuts, (Boston.cbslocal.com 03/11/16)

•  How a group of Boston teenagers organized a massive district-wide protest, (Boston.com 03/11/16)

•  Student walkout promoted by union-affiliated organizations, (Boston Globe 03/10/16)

•  Boston teachers praise student protest as a real-life history lesson, (Boston.com 03/09/16)



                                                                       

•  Boston students walk out of classes in protest, (Boston Herald 03/08/16)

•  More than 1,000 Boston students march to protest cuts, (Boston Globe 03/07/16)

•  Reports from the scene of the Boston Public Schools protests, (Boston Globe 03/07/16)

•  More than 2,000 BPS students walk out of class to protest budget cuts, (Boston.com 03/07/16)

•  BPS students plan to walk out of class Monday to protest budget cuts, (Boston.com 03/07/16)

•  Veteran educator chosen to help improve racial climate at BLS, (Boston Globe 03/05/16)

•  Chang calls on Holland to 'partner' with BLS, (Boston Herald 03/05/16)

•  Retired administrator named to help at Boston Latin School, (Boston Herald 03/04/16)

•  BPS Human Capital Initiative A bold approach to improve the quality of BPS teachers in the classroom, (BMRB.org 03/03/16)

•  Family of student threatened wants consequences in the case, (Boston Globe 03/03/16)

•  Feds launch probe into racism at BLS, (Boston Herald 03/03/16)

•  U.S. Attorney Ortiz to probe race complaints at Boston Latin, (Boston Herald 03/02/16)

•  US to investigate racial allegations at Boston Latin, (Boston Public 03/02/16)

•  Mayor Walsh announces savings account pilot program for five BPS Schools, (Boston.com 03/02/16)

•  BPS: No-bid contracts put needed skin in game, (Boston Herald 03/01/16)



                                                                       

•  Special Report: Plugged-in groups snag $40M in no-bid Boston schools contracts, (Boston Herald 02/29/16)

•  #BlackatBLS: 'World is watching' Boston Latin teachers, admins, (Boston Herald 02/28/16)

•  Coming together to fix Boston Latin School, (Boston Herald 02/28/16)

•  Problems of Race at BLS More Serious Than Name Calling Says School Chief Chang, (WGBH.org 02/27/16)

•  Advocates seek federal race probe of BLS, (Boston Herald 02/27/16)

•  Community leaders, Walsh discuss Boston Latin racism allegations, (Boston Herald 02/27/16)

•  Leaders unite in call for federal probe of Boston Latin School, (Boston Herald 02/26/16)

•  Boston Latin headmaster finally speaks, but won't answer tough questions, (Boston Herald 02/26/16)

•  Boston Latin headmaster says she will not resign, (Boston Globe 02/25/16)

•  Boston Latin headmaster ducks questions in first interview, (Boston Herald 02/25/16)

•  Mayor Walsh: No need for federal case, (Boston Herald 02/25/16)

•  A 'starving' school system?, (Boston Globe 02/25/16)

•  Mayor Walsh: Fed probe of Boston Latin 'not necessary', (Boston Herald 02/24/16)

•  Fed probe sought for embattled BLS, (Boston Herald 02/24/16)

•  NAACP blasts Boston Latin parents' group for backing headmaster, (Boston Herald 02/23/16)



                                                                       

•  Latin School head apologizes for slow response to racial incidents, (Boston Globe 02/23/16)

•  BLS headmaster apologizes, (Boston Herald 02/23/16)

•  Chang says probe into Boston Latin School is closed, (Boston Globe 02/23/16)

•  BLS students call for apology, (Boston Herald 02/23/16)

•  BLS B.L.A.C.K. in response to the report released by the Office of Equity, (BLACKatBLS Letter 02/22/16)

•  NAACP branch calls for ouster of Boston Latin's headmaster, (Boston Globe 02/22/16)

•  Boston Latin School alumna wants 'in-school reform', (Boston Herald 02/22/16)

•  Students, black leaders question scope of Boston Latin probe, (Boston Globe 02/21/16)

•  #BlackAtBLS: 'Incomplete' report not making the grade, (Boston Herald 02/20/16)

•  Black leaders: Report on BLS 'unacceptable', (Boston Herald 02/19/16)

•  Report says BLS did not adequately probe racial slur, (Boston Herald 02/19/16)

•  Researchers tackle BPS school assignment system equity as many clamor for answers, (Bay State Banner 02/19/16)

•  Boston Latin School headmaster faces no discipline in race flap, (Boston Herald 02/18/16)

•  Protesters rally against cuts to Boston's school budget, (Boston Globe 02/17/16)

•  Boston Latin students who launched race dialogue draw praise, (Boston Globe 02/15/16)



                                                                       

•  Students decry cuts during School Committee meeting, (Bay State Banner 02/14/16)

•  Colin Rose Appointed Assistant Superintendent of Opportunity and Achievement Gaps, (Bay State Banner 02/12/16)

•  Boston Payroll for all employees 2015, (Boston Herald 02/06/16)

•  Restore the Budget Day, (BTU.org 02/04/16)

•  Superintendente de Escuelas se pronuncia sobre acusaciones de discriminación en BLS, (El Planeta 02/04/16)

•  Boston Latin School parents urged to bypass administration, (Boston Herald 02/04/16)

•  Boston school budget seeks more pre-school seats, (Boston Globe 02/03/16)

•  Boston students made a video to show what $875,000 in budget cuts looks like, (Boston.com 02/03/16)

•  Boston Compact Report on Unified Enrollment Meetings Letter, (Boston Compact 02/03/16)

•  Leaders call for action vs. BLS head, (Boston Herald 02/03/16)

•  #BlackatBLS campaign gets school officials' ears, (Bay State Banner 02/03/16)

•  Pols: BLS students not told how to file complaint, (Boston Herald 02/01/16)

•  Black enrollment at Boston Latin falls sharply, (Boston Globe 01/31/16)

•  Larger racial issues seen in school inaction, (Boston Herald 01/31/16)

•  Walsh: Keep politics out of BLS response, (Boston Herald 01/30/16)



                                                                       

•  Officials ignored race complaints, (Boston Herald 01/30/16)

•  Community leader has seen school's blind eye on race, (Boston Herald 01/28/16)

•  Students: Boston Latin School an 'unsafe' environment, (Boston Herald 01/28/16)

•  Latin Academy students punished for social media posts, (Boston Globe 01/26/16)

•  Superintendent meets with angry Boston Latin students, (Boston Globe 01/26/16)

•  Tito Jackson urges adults to 'step up' and call for citywide probe of taunts, (Boston Globe 01/26/16)

•  A Memo to the Boston Latin School Community, (From: Lynne Mooney Teta 01/25/16)

•  NAACP prez calls for 'external entity' to perform citywide racism inquiry, (Boston Herald 01/25/16)

•  Mayor: Lessons gleaned from Boston Latin should be city policy, (Boston Herald 01/25/16)

•  BLS leaders join long list of civil rights crusaders, (Boston Herald 01/25/16)

•  Boston Latin students call for solidarity, (Boston Herald 01/24/16)

•  Boston delays extended learning at 14 schools, (Boston Globe 01/23/16)

•  Students at another school share similar experiences, (Boston Herald 01/23/16)

•  Outspoken girls praised by pair of black female city leaders, (Boston Herald 01/23/16)

•  Mayor: Latin accusations 'distressing', (Boston Herald 01/23/16)



                                                                       

•  At BLS, a series of tweets and a YouTube video bring racial unease into focus, (Boston.com 01/22/16)

•  Diversity in Boston's hallways makes claims disheartening, (Boston Herald 01/23/16)

•  BPS will probe racial insensitivity at Boston Latin, (Boston Herald 01/22/16)

•  School district to investigate racial climate at Boston Latin School, (Boston Globe 01/21/16)

•  BPS to probe reports of racial unease at Boston Latin, (Boston Herald 01/21/16)

•  Marty Walsh: Unity needed in Boston schools, (Boston Herald 01/20/16)

•  Mayor Walsh's full remarks from State of the City address, (Boston Globe 01/20/16)

•  Walsh defends commitment to schools in address, (Boston Globe 01/19/16)

•  Guaranteed Pre-K gives kids a strong start, (Boston Globe 01/19/16) |

•  Mayor will recommit to boosting schools in State of the City, (Boston Globe 01/18/16) |

•  Outline of BTU Negotiating Package to be Submitted to the Boston School Committee, (BTU.org 01/13/16) |

•  Facing Districtwide Budget Cuts, One Boston School Pushes Back, (Learninglab.wbur.org 01/13/16) |

•  Superintendent updates community on 2016-17 BPS budget process, (BPS Headlines 01/12/16) |

•  Boston schools face $50 million budget shortfall, (Boston Globe 01/12/16) |

•  Fund Our Public Schools, (BTU.org | Political Action)



                                                                       

•  BPS principals, parents bracing for deep cuts, (BayStateBanner.com 01/11/16) |



•  School officials: T rate hike not equitable, (Boston Herald 01/06/16) |

•  BSC reelects chairs, appoints new member Alexandra Oliver-Davila, (BPS Headlines 01/04/16) |

•  2016 preview: City eyes contracts, school reforms, (Boston Herald 01/01/16) |

•  Mayor Walsh releases audit of Boston Public Schools, (BPS Headlines, 12/18/15) |

•  Excess schools are costly audit says, (Boston Globe 12/18/15) |

•  BPS Operational Review Memo/Summary (April 2015) |

•  BPS Operational Review Powerpoint Slides (April 2015) |

•  Fixing Madison Park High, which just got another dose of bad news, (Boston Globe 12/11/15) |

•  New DESE Accountability Levels Cause for Celebration, Opp for Growth for BPS, (Sampan.org 12/09/15) |

•  An advocacy group says Boston Mayor wants to close 36 schools, (Boston.com 11/30/15) |

•  Mayor's office calls 'Esquire' article on his charter-school stance 'untrue and unsourced' (Boston Globe 11/09/15) |

•  Unions want voters to decide on charter school cap, (Boston Globe 11/03/15) |

•  Boston teachers offered severance or training, (Boston Globe 10/27/15) |



                                                                       

•  Mayor Walsh Launches Build BPS: A 10-Year Educational and Facilities Master Plan, (CityofBoston.gov 09/29/15) |

•  Boston public schools see wave of new leaders, (Boston Globe 09/06/15) |

•  Tentative School Day Extension Agreement Reached, (BTU.org 05/19/15) |

•  BPS School officials soliciting ideas for high schools of the future, (Bay State Banner 05/13/15) |

•  Teachers in limbo: 72 can't be fired, but paid $6M, (Boston Herald 03/18/15) |

•  5 Boston schools recommended for closing, (Boston Globe 02/28/15)

•  A call to fix or shut Madison Park school, (Boston Globe 07/14/14) |

•  Report backs autonomy for schools in Boston, (Boston Globe 06/03/14) |

•  Review finds Boston schools in disarray, (Boston Globe 05/23/14) |


Readings in Research:

•  Improving the Instructional Core, by Richard Elmore |

•  Cowboys and Pit Crews, by Atul Gawande |

•  A Life Saving Checklist, by Atul Gawande |

•  Slow Ideas, by Atul Gawande |

•  Diffusion of Innovations, by Everett Rogers |

•  Using a cognitive rigor matrix, by Karin K. Hess et al. |


BPS Reports:

Promising Practices
•  Promising Practices and Unfinished Business: Fostering Equity and Excellence (Executive Summary April 2015) |

•  Promising Practices and Unfinished Business: Fostering Equity and Excellence (Full Study April 2015) |

Developing a Strategic Vision for BPS
•  Developing a Strategic Vision for BPS (February 2015) |

Opportunity and Equity
•  Opportunity and Equity: Enrollment and Outcomes of Black and Latino Males (Executive Summary 2014) |

•  Opportunity and Equity: Enrollment and Outcomes of Black and Latino Males (Full Report 2014) |

The Path Forward
•  The Path Forward: School Autonomy and Its Implications for the Future of Boston’s Public Schools, (June 2014) |

Council of Great City Schools Academics Memorandum (BPS)
•  Council of Great City Schools Academics Memorandum, (May 21, 2014) |

Successor Agreement
•  Successor Settlement Agreement Between the USA and the BPS (April 2012) |

Gaston
•  Gaston: Learning from High Performing and Improving Schools for ELLs in BPS, (Nov. 2011) |





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•  Mass. has to return to its high standards for education, (Boston Globe, 07/05/18)

•  Mass. is one of just 2 states that hasn't passed a budget for this fiscal year, (Boston Globe, 07/02/18)

•  Mass. Teachers' Unions Say They're Ready For Life After 'Janus' Ruling, (WBUR.org Edify, 06/29/18)

•  Mass. pols eye creating cushion for public unions, (Boston Herald, 06/28/18)

•  How 6 Mass. Communities Are Imagining Life Beyond MCAS, (WBUR.org Edify, 06/22/18)



•  No separated migrant children have been placed in Massachusetts, Baker says, (Boston Globe, 06/21/18)

•  As Charter Schools Narrow Achievement Gaps, Some Rethink Strict Discipline, (WBUR.org Edify, 06/20/18)

•  Parents, Teachers, Legislators Support Reinstating U.S. History MCAS Test as HS Grad Requirement, (Pioneer Institute, 06/18/18)

•  How Your School District Scored On The MCAS Over The Last 10 Years, (WBUR.org Edify, 06/18/18)

•  Massachusetts teachers push new education funding bill, (Boston Herald, 06/17/18)



•  Massachusetts House leaders cite fiscal concerns about education funding update, (Masslive.com, 06/14/18)

•  An education reform law that worked, (Boston Globe, 06/11/18)

•  School funding: Let's put our money where our future is, (Bay State Banner, 06/07/18)

•  Editorial: Public pension changes a giveaway to retirees, (Boston Herald, 06/03/18)

•  Josh Zakim, in first statewide run, tops Galvin, (Boston Herald, 06/03/18)

•  Students check their devices at the cellphone hotel, (Boston Globe, 06/01/18)



•  SJC charter school ruling a wake-up call, (Commonwealth Magazine, 05/31/18)

•  Pension and a paycheck? State may loosen 'double dipping' rules, (Boston Globe, 05/31/18)

•  Charter ruling a step backwards, (Commonwealth Magazine, 05/31/18)

•  Tracing Latino educational inequality, (Commonwealth Magazine, 05/24/18)

•  University of Massachusetts Boston faculty blamed for chancellor finalists' dropouts, (Boston Herald, 05/22/18)



•  Mass. ponders hiring a computer to grade MCAS essays. What could go wrong?, (Boston Globe, 05/21/18)

•  In a setback for UMass Boston, all finalists for top job withdraw, (Boston Globe, 05/21/18)

•  Paris tapped as next Lawrence superintendent, (Eagle-Tribune, 05/21/18)

•  Lynn teens are bringing their two worlds together, (Boston Globe, 05/19/18)

•  Merrie Najimy set to take reins at Mass Teachers Association, (Bay State Banner, 05/17/18)



•  Throwback Thursday: Massachusetts Passes the Nation's First Compulsory Education Law, (Boston Magazine, 05/17/18)

•  Senate approves education funding reform, bill moves to House, (Bay State Banner, 05/17/18)

•  Teaching young kids how to junk bad eating habits, (Boston Globe, 05/11/18)

•  Massachusetts Senate passes bill overhauling education funding, (Masslive.com, 05/10/18)

•  Small Changes In Funding Formula Could Drive Millions More Dollars Into Mass. Schools, (WBUR.org Edify, 05/10/18)



•  Study: MA Private & Religious School Students Denied Federally Funded Special Education Services, (Pioneer Institute, 05/09/18)

•  Teacher of the Year honor 'a thrill', (Boston Herald, 05/09/18)

•  Shortchanging English learners and low-income students, (Commonwealth Magazine, 05/09/18)

•  Eat, play, live: Fund afterschool programs for healthy lifestyles, (Commonwealth Magazine, 05/05/18)

•  Early education efforts need another boost, (Boston Globe, 04/28/18)



•  SJC: Charter school cap doesn't infringe on rights, (Boston Herald, 04/25/18)

•  Mass. high court rejects challenge to cap on number of charter schools in the state, (Boston Globe, 04/24/18)

•  Lawmakers fete 25 yrs of ed. reform, (Bay State Banner, 04/11/18)

•  Massachusetts Test Scores Top Nation's School Districts Again, (Boston Magazine, 04/10/18)

•  Massachusetts students top national math and reading exams, (Boston Globe, 04/10/18)



•  Teaching Force In Mass. Public Schools Still Overwhelmingly White, (WBUR.org Edify, 04/09/18)

•  State breaking its promises to regional schools, (Commonwealth Magazine, 04/07/18)

•  The faithful departed, (Commonwealth Magazine, 04/06/18)

•  Birmingham Touts 1993 Ed Reform Act's Success, Expresses Concerns..., (Pioneer Institute, 04/05/18)

•  Modest state aid increase leaves many school systems strapped, (Boston Globe, 04/02/18)



•  Don't bemoan harder, next-gen MCAS, (Commonwealth Magazine, 03/31/18)

•  In An Effort To Be Welcoming, Harvard Scrubs 'Puritans' From Its Alma Mater Song, (WBUR.org Edify, 03/29/18)

•  Draft History and Social Studies Frameworks Continue Trend Toward Dumbing Down..., (Pioneer Institute, 03/28/18)

•  Struggling Brockton schools may sue the state, (Boston Globe, 03/17/18)

•  Swampscott won't renew contract for transgender principal, (Boston Globe, 03/15/18)



•  Here's one of the best things schools can do to prevent mass shootings, (Boston Globe, 03/14/18)

•  Students plan walkouts over gun violence, administrators try to strike a balance, (Boston Globe, 03/14/18)

•  Personalized learning is key to Mass. school success, (Commonwealth Magazine, 03/11/18)

•  Kindergarten teacher awed by response to Facebook posts, (Boston Herald, 03/11/18)

•  For charter schools, recently it's been bad news galore, (Boston Globe, 03/08/18)



•  Study: Schools shame kids for unpaid meals, (Boston Herald, 03/07/18)

•  UMass president calls for greater affordability for students, (Boston Globe, 03/05/18)

•  Training citizens, one student at a time, (Commonwealth Magazine, 03/03/18)

•  What My Students Would Lose If I Carried A Gun, (WBUR.org Cognoscenti, 03/02/18)

•  School turnaround bill advances, (Bay State Banner, 02/28/18)



•  Medford school superintendent to retire in April, (Boston Globe, 02/28/18)

•  Mass. teens demand more funding for job opportunities, (Bay State Banner, 02/28/18)

•  In Mass., Counting Guns In Schools - And Hoping To Avoid Catastrophe, (WBUR.org Edify, 02/28/18)

•  Head of Massachusetts teachers union calls President Donald Trump's call to arm educators 'ignorant', (Masslive.com, 02/27/18)

•  Massachusetts high school graduation rate climbs, (Boston Globe, 02/26/18)



•  Brookline student who battled Leukemia gets police escort back to school, (Boston Globe, 02/26/18)

•  Outdated formula yields have and have-not schools, (Commonwealth Magazine, 02/24/18)

•  Gov. Charlie Baker rejects Trump's proposal to arm school teachers, (Boston Herald, 02/22/18)

•  Massachusetts students lead US in Advanced Placement exams, (Boston Herald 02/21/18)

•  Andover High School students walk to bring attention to gun violence, (Boston Globe 02/15/18)



•  In Massachusetts, fear and frustration at school, (Boston Globe 02/16/18)

•  As A Pressure Group Folds, Mass. Charter Advocates Survey The Damage, (WBUR.org Edify 02/07/18)

•  Reforms haven't cut state's child abuse rate, (Boston Herald 02/07/18)

•  'I am transgender,' Swampscott elementary school principal announces, (Boston Globe 02/07/18)

•  The Codcast: Riley's collaborative ways, (Commonwealth Magazine 02/05/18)



•  Westwood student wins recognition for forgotten civil rights mural, (Boston Globe 02/01/18)

•  9 inspiring places to visit for Black History Month, (Boston Herald, 02/02/18)

•  Civil Rights Trail: 100 locations across 14 states, (US Civil Rights Trail, 02/01/18)

•  28 Days, 28 Films for Black History Month, (New York Times, 02/01/18)

•  Personalized learning key to tackling education inequities, (Commonwealth Magazine 01/30/18)



•  Riley gets the nod as education commissioner, (Commonwealth Magazine 01/29/18)

•  Jeff Riley Will Be Massachusetts' New Education Commissioner, (WBUR.org 01/29/18)

•  Jeff Riley, Lawrence official, gets nod for state education commissioner, (Boston Globe 01/29/18)

•  New Metco leader is a social justice advocate with big plans for expansion, (Boston Globe 01/28/18)

•  Time for a Latino education commissioner, (Commonwealth Magazine 01/27/18)



•  In defense of recess, (Commonwealth Magazine 01/27/18)

•  Franklin charter school is about to expand, (Boston Globe 01/26/18)

•  3 Finalists Interviewed For State Education Commissioner, (WBUR.org 01/26/18)

•  Puerto Ricans in Massachusetts refuge dumped by FEMA, (Boston Herald 01/25/18)

•  In Lawrence And Boston, Jeff Riley Seen As An Unconventional Innovator, (WBUR Edify 01/25/18)



•  Read Governor Baker's full State of the Commonwealth address, (Boston Globe 01/24/18)

•  Three finalists for state education commissioner named, (Boston Globe 01/16/18)

•  Lessons from Massachusetts, (Thomas B. Fordham Institute 01/16/18)

•  For school superintendents, it’s the toughest call, (Boston Globe 01/16/18)

•  Diversity lessons: A well-integrated Massachusetts public school, (Commonwealth Magazine 01/09/18)



•  American Public Education Is Failing Miserably In Math/Science, (Pioneer Institute, 01/09/18)

•  The real art of the deal, (Commonwealth Magazine 01/09/18)

•  Some DCF gains reported, but significant challenges remain, (Boston Globe 01/06/18)

•  Schoolmates welcome back girl who battled cancer, (Boston Globe 01/05/18)

•  Biogen donates $10 million for Cambridge, Somerville STEM programs, (Boston Globe 01/04/18)



•  Frigid temps prompt schools to delay openings Tuesday, (Boston Globe 01/02/18)

•  Mass. state colleges are trying to solve a math problem, (Boston Globe 12/28/17)

•  UMass plans to go national with an expanded online program, (Boston Globe 12/25/17)

•  Mass. schools welcome 2,100 Maria evacuees, (Boston Globe 12/25/17)

•  Board Chair 'Very Encouraged' By Diverse Applicants To Become Next Education Commissioner, (WBUR.org Edify 12/19/17)



•  The Search Begins For The Next 'CEO' Of Mass. Public Schools..., (WBUR.org Edify 12/18/17)

•  A Novel Solution to an Old Problem, (The Boston Pilot 12/15/17)

•  Report: Economic Freedom Up Slightly Across U.S., (Pioneer Institute, 12/14/17)

•  Mitchell Chester set bar high for next ed commissioner, (Commonwealth Magazine 12/14/17)

•  Watch this 16-year-old's reaction when he finds out he was accepted to Harvard, (Boston Globe 12/14/17)



•  Study: Updated Massachusetts K-12 Standards Are Worse in English, Still Mediocre in Math, (Pioneer Institute 12/12/17)

•  How healthy is your state? The disparities are stark, (Statnews.com 12/12/17)

•  Gov. Baker blasts auditor's report of DCF as 'irresponsible', (Boston Herald 12/10/17)

•  How Affirmative Action Hurts Asian-Americans in College Admissions, (Heritage.org 12/07/17)

•  Scathing audit finds Department of Children and Families failed to report crimes against children, (Boston Globe 12/07/17)

•  Racist graffiti found in boys' bathrooms at Needham High, (Boston Globe 12/05/17)



•  5 Mass. students awarded prestigious Marshall Scholarship for British study, (Boston Globe 12/03/17)

•  Brookline students walk out to protest racial climate in wake of videos, (Boston Globe 11/30/17)

•  New law clears way for bilingual teaching in Mass. public schools, (Boston Globe 11/22/17)

•  What Level 3 schools need from the state, (Commonwealth Magazine 11/16/17)

•  Mass. lawmakers may be headed toward approving bilingual education in schools, (Boston Globe 11/15/17)



•  Oversight of Lawrence schools shifting to state-appointed board, (Commonwealth Magazine 11/15/17)

•  Schools struggle to explain MCAS changes as parents receive scores, (Boston Herald 11/11/17)

•  Gloucester school under fire for Trump tombstone, (Boston Herald 10/24/17)

•  Auditor says DCF skips follow-ups, (Boston Herald 10/24/17)

•  SJC ruling puts brakes on DCF, (Boston Herald 10/21/17)



•  New federal data show a student loan crisis for African American borrowers, (Bay State Banner 10/19/17)

•  A school-by-school breakdown of Spring 2017 MCAS results, (Boston Globe 10/18/17)

•  Scores drop on new, more rigorous MCAS, (Commonwealth Magazine 10/18/17)

•  New tests bring worse scores for Mass. students, (Boston Globe 10/18/17)

•  Confusion could surround Wednesday's MCAS results, (Boston Globe 10/17/17)



•  In Mass., about half of all 4-year-olds attend preschool, (Boston Globe 10/17/17)

•  Brookline residents are divided over whether to seize Pine Manor land, (Boston Globe 10/17/17)

•  First lesson this school year must be civility, (Commonwealth Magazine 10/13/17)

•  We Will Open The Gate And Welcome Strangers, (WBUR.org Edify 10/12/17)

•  Ed board chairman defends right to support pro-charter campaign, (Boston Herald 09/27/17)



•  Afterschool programs work, (Commonwealth Magazine 09/23/17)

•  Minority numbers in accounting don't add up, (Commonwealth Magazine 09/23/17)

•  Washington approves revisions to Massachusetts' school accountability system, (Boston Globe 09/21/17)

•  Democrats hope to use charter school campaign against Baker, (Boston Herald 09/16/17)



•  Preserve 'Grand Bargain' in education, (Commonwealth Magazine 09/15/17)

•  Brookline school settles claim it barred disabled child, (Boston Globe 09/15/17)

•  Charter school lands in controversy again — this time over music, (Boston Globe 09/14/17)

•  High-Tech Mass. Has Yet To Tap The Power Of Digital Schooling, (WGBH News 09/12/17)

•  Through service, high schoolers mark 9/11, (Boston Globe 09/11/17)



•  Pro-charter school group pays record $425,000 settlement to state, (Boston Herald 09/11/17)

•  Editorial: Embracing innovation, (Boston Herald 09/10/17)

•  Researchers sound childhood obesity alarm on popular school fundraiser, (Boston Herald 08/29/17)

•  Service scheduled for late Mass. education commissioner, (Boston Globe 08/26/17)

•  Arroyo's firing exposes wide Latino power gap, (Boston Globe 08/26/17)



•  Mashpee Wampanoag School Looks To Revive Teachings Of Native Language, (WBUR.org Edify 08/24/17)

•  Groups release guidelines on preventing abuse of students, (Boston Globe 08/23/17)

•  At Tanglewood, music students learn about wellness, too, (Boston Globe 08/18/17)

•  Parents, if you're feeling back-to-school lunch box angst, (Boston Globe 08/15/17)

•  Mystic Valley charter school drops ban on hair extensions, (Boston Globe 08/12/17)



•  Charter school proposals would add nearly 5,400 seats, (Commonwealth Magazine 08/10/17)

•  Why Mass. Is Making A Third Attempt At Reforming English Language Ed, (WBUR.org Edify 08/09/17)

•  Ivy League schools brace for scrutiny of race in admissions, (Boston Globe 08/06/17)

•  Affirmative action battle has a new focus: Asian-Americans, (Boston Globe 08/03/17)

•  TD Garden to pay $1.65m after oversight discovered by teenage sleuths, (Boston Globe 08/03/17)



•  The majority of Harvard's incoming class is nonwhite, (Boston Globe 08/03/17)

•  Mass. rating plan deemed unfair to high-poverty schools, (Commonwealth Magazine 08/01/17)

•  Some charter school leaders' pay far outpaces their public rivals, (Boston Globe 08/01/17)

•  Juvenile parole hearings draw mixed reviews in Massachusetts, (Associated Press 07/31/17)

•  Lawmakers hope to undo English-only education in Mass., (Boston Globe 07/27/17)

•  Teen sleuths say TD Garden owes $13.8 million in fund-raisers, (Boston Globe, 07/26/17)

•  50 years later, Metco's dream is still unanswered, (Boston Globe, 07/23/17)



•  Where boys can be boys, with no iPhones in sight, (Boston Globe, 07/22/17)

•  New chapter(s) for Aly Raisman, (Boston Herald, 07/19/17)

•  Bill would ban teacher sex with students, (Boston Herald, 07/19/17)

•  Massachusetts early education programs are in peril, (Boston Globe 07/18/17)

•  Mission Hill is in Ways and Means chairman's DNA, (Boston Herald, 07/18/17)

•  Small private schools are struggling, but Merrimack has found its footing, (Boston Globe, 07/18/17)

•  Jeffrey Sanchez tapped for top House spot, (Bay State Banner, 07/17/17)

•  Employers can help with student debt, (Commonwealth Magazine 07/16/17)

•  Education is focal point in Boston mayoral race, (Bay State Banner, 07/12/17)



•  Harvard's proposed ban of social clubs is overkill, (Boston Globe, 07/12/17)

•  Harvard panel recommends barring students from final clubs, (Boston Globe, 07/12/17)

•  What if your high school transcript didn't include grades?, (Boston Globe, 07/09/17)

•  Tito Jackson rips city's safety, (Boston Herald, 07/08/17)

•  Four Quick Reference Guides (QRGs) to the 2017 ELA Curriculum Framework..., (DESE News Archives, 07/06/17)



•  Where Mass. ranks on education tests (PISA and PIRLS), (Commonwealth Magazine, 07/05/17)

•  Some single-gender Catholic schools are flourishing while others struggle, (Boston Globe, 07/05/17)

•  Books Will Be Books: Enough With Gendered Children’s Lit, (WBUR.org, 07/05/17)

•  Release of Spring 2017 MCAS Test Items (with answer key), (DESE News, 07/03/17)

•  MCAS Question Search, (DESE News, 07/03/17)



•  Kwame Alexander On How To Excite Kids About Summer Reading, (WBUR.org, 06/29/17)

•  2017 Curriculum Frameworks for ELA and for Math are Available..., (DESE News Archives, 06/29/17)

•  ELL Update: New Exit Criteria, Equivalent Proficiency Levels, and Recommended..., (DESE News Archives, 06/28/17)

•  Brookline exhibit examines the refugee experience, (Bay State Banner, 06/28/17)

•  Education commissioner Mitchell Chester has died, (Boston Herald, 06/27/17)

•  Head of feared MS-13 chapter in East Boston pleads guilty to drug, gun charges, (Boston Globe, 06/24/17)

•  Building A Better Transcript: What Grades Measure, And What They Don't, (WBUR.org Edify, 06/23/17)

•  City of Lowell polarized over $340M plan for new high school, (Boston Herald, 06/22/17)

•  Targeting charters, (Commonwealth Magazine, 06/19/17)

•  Haverhill teachers union rejects charter renewal, (Commonwealth Magazine, 06/16/17)



•  Another Catholic school closes, while campus in Lynn grows, (Boston Globe, 06/14/17)

•  Why Lowell is torn over new high school, (Commonwealth Magazine, 06/11/17)

•  Bill banning use of Native American mascots in public schools..., (Boston Globe, 06/06/17)

•  Students with an app head to illustrious MassChallenge event, (Boston Globe, 06/04/17)

•  Will district schools embrace charter-like reforms?, (Commonwealth Magazine, 06/02/17)

•  Former Choate teacher now stands accused of misconduct with students..., (Boston Globe, 06/02/17)

•  The ultimate outdoor classroom, (Boston Globe, 05/31/17)

•  Trustee shake-up underway at BC High School, (Boston Globe, 05/31/17)

•  'Boston Bridge' aims to provide free college for some students, (Boston Globe, 05/30/17)

•  Baker, Walsh announce tuition-free college pilot program, (Boston Herald, 05/30/17)

•  End feared for program vital to Southie kids, (Boston Herald, 05/25/17)

•  Sit-in puts focus on strife at a prestigious school, (Boston Globe, 05/24/17)

•  Malden charter school board suspends hair policy for rest of school year, (Fox 25 Boston, 05/22/17)

•  Trustees of Malden school suspend controversial hair policy, (Boston Globe, 05/21/17)



•  AG tells Malden charter school hair rules are biased, (Boston Globe, 05/19/17)

•  Should Massachusetts provide financial aid to private colleges?, (Boston Globe, 05/16/17)

•  School rebuked for its hair policy, (Boston Globe, 05/16/17)

•  Massachusetts' school ballot fight 2nd costliest since 2000, (Boston Herald, 05/13/17)

•  How Google Took Over the Classroom, (New York Times, 05/13/17)

•  Black Malden charter students punished for braided hair extensions, (Boston Globe, 05/12/17)

•  Brockton foresees painful school cuts, teacher layoffs, (Boston Globe, 05/10/17)

•  Rosenberg: Put ed policy on hold until tax ballot vote, (Commonwealth Magazine, 05/09/17)

•  North Quincy High School Science Teacher Named Top Mass. Educator, (WBUR.org Edify, 05/09/17)

•  Black students at Harvard to hold their own commencement, (Boston Globe, 05/08/17)



•  Revisiting the Question 2 messaging battle, (Commonwealth Magazine, 05/08/17)

•  As applications drop, BC High School ponders its future, (Boston Globe, 05/06/17)

•  'Wraparound' services helping kids succeed, (Commonwealth Magazine, 05/03/17)

•  State urges more schools to test water for lead, copper, (Boston Globe, 05/02/17)

•  High lead levels found in water at hundreds of schools, (Boston Globe, 05/02/17)

•  Achievement gaps tell disturbing tale of two states, (Commonwealth Magazine, 04/29/17)

•  New England high schools made the top 100 in US News & World Report's 2017, (Boston.com, 04/25/17)

•  Dorchester educator named National Teacher of the Year, (Boston Herald, 04/21/17)

•  Why Mass. must not let up on testing students, (Boston Globe, 04/13/17)

•  More towns tell students: It's time to play, (Boston Globe, 04/12/17)



•  Special Report: Chelsea crew battles with notorious MS-13, (Boston Herald, 04/10/17)

•  In the Berkshires, a school crisis and opportunity, (Commonwealth Magazine, 04/08/17)

•  Students Converge On Beacon Hill For 70th Annual Student Government Day, (WBUR Edify, 04/07/17)

•  What A Pay Raise Would Mean For Early Childhood Education Teachers, (WBUR Edify, 03/31/17)

•  The Codcast: Missed opportunities with new K-12 plan, (Commonwealth Magazine, 03/31/17)

•  Cops: Field trip bus driver was high, (Boston Herald, 03/29/17)

•  Gorsuch is threat to public education, (Commonwealth Magazine, 03/22/17)

•  The voters were clear: Support fully funded public schools, (Boston Globe, 03/15/17)

•  Harvard is dropping the LSAT requirement. Will other schools follow?, (Christian Science Monitor, 03/09/17)

•  How did Lawrence, Mass., turn its schools around? Cooperation, (Christian Science Monitor, 03/06/17)

•  Phillips Exeter investigators reveal allegations against four ex-faculty members, (Boston Globe, 03/03/17)

•  State's high school graduation rate sets record as Boston makes strides, (Boston Globe, 02/28/17)

•  Letter to readers from a single mom struggling to get by in Boston, (Boston Globe, 02/27/17)

•  Mass. teaching force remains dominated by women, (Boston Globe, 02/27/17)

•  Students will be 'protected' and 'safe' in Mass., Baker says, (Boston Globe, 02/23/17)

•  Mass. should diversify teaching force - and here's how, (Boston Globe, 02/22/17)



•  Commentary: Confronting trauma in our schools, (Bay State Banner, 02/17/17)

•  This school throws its doors wide open, (Boston Globe, 02/17/17)

•  Boston cop hauls in $400G... and 21 other city workers crack $300G barrier, (Boston Herald, 02/14/17)

•  City of Boston Employee Demographics Dashboard, (City of Boston)

•  Mass. teachers far less diverse than students, (Boston Globe, 02/13/17)

•  Race/Ethnicity and Gender Staffing Report (DISTRICT), (DESE Profiles)

•  Education must adapt to 21st century, (Commonwealth Magazine, 02/10/17)



•  Report: Despite DCF efforts, 35 kids died in state care, (Boston Herald, 02/10/17)

•  Will state embrace innovation school zones?, (Commonwealth Magazine, 02/08/17)

•  Voc-tech schools are a Mass. success story, (Commonwealth Magazine, 02/06/17)

•  Offering a new way forward for urban schools, (Boston Globe, 02/06/17)

•  Meditation ambassador brings calm amid the storm, (Boston Globe, 02/03/17)

•  Refugee students teach an important lesson about immigration, (Boston Globe, 02/02/17)



•  'Silver tsunami' warning, (Boston Herald, 02/01/17)

•  Governor Baker's budget proposal does little for schools, a lot for healthcare, (Bay State Banner, 02/01/17)

•  At Boston Public Library, new light and life for visitors, (Boston Globe, 01/28/17)

•  On The Docket For 2017: A Fight Over Funding For Mass. Public Schools, (WBUR.org Edify, 01/24/17)

•  US attorney investigates Brookline private school over allegations it barred disabled child, (Boston Globe, 01/23/17)

•  New England watches history unfold, (Boston Globe, 01/20/17)



•  Fight to find cheats takes schools around the world, (Boston Globe 01/16/16)

•  After the charter defeat, what's next for urban education?, (Boston Globe, 01/11/17)

•  Lessons from Singapore, (Commonwealth Magazine, 01/09/17)

•  Dorchester educator is finalist for national Teacher of the Year, (Boston Globe, 01/09/17)

•  Contributing to debate, (Commonwealth Magazine, 01/09/17)

•  English classes on the clock, (Boston Globe, 01/07/17)



•  Programs smooth college path for foreign students, (Boston Globe, 01/04/17)

•  Special Report: Schools face surge in suicide attempts, (Boston Herald, 01/03/17)

•  State must signal arts education matters, (Commonwealth Magazine, 01/03/17)

•  Fitting Students To The System, Not Vice Versa: An Apology, (WBUR Edify, 12/23/16)

•  Babson students exonerated, will face no discipline, (Boston Herald, 12/20/16)

•  Boston College students face discipline over protests, (Boston Globe, 12/19/16)

•  Time for school accountability reset, (Commonwealth Magazine, 12/13/16)



•  New Hub group organizes parents, teachers, students for education agenda, (Bay State Banner, 12/14/16)

•  Firefighter shuts down heated meeting on new Brookline school, (Boston Globe, 12/13/16)

•  Republican student gets a liberal dose at Harvard, (Boston Herald, 12/10/16)

•  Courageous kid gets honor for protecting girl, (Boston Herald, 12/08/16)

•  Time to invest in Voke-Tech, (Commonwealth Magazine, 12/07/16)

•  MA Students Score among World Leaders on PISA Reading, Science and Math Tests, (DESE Headlines, 12/06/16)



•  Mass. shines on global test (PISA), but math scores slip, (Boston Globe, 12/06/16)

•  Every Student Succeeds Act, ESSA (US.ed.gov, 12/10/15)

•  How do you judge a school? Mass. looks to change the criteria, (Boston Globe, 12/05/16)

•  This Cambridge school just might have one of the most remarkable ceilings in New England, (Real Estate, 11/30/16)

•  Mass. sees flurry of plans for pricey high schools, (Boston Globe, 11/25/16)

•  Imagine Boston: Expanding Opportunity Report Draft, (Imagine Boston, 11/22/16)



•  City releases Boston 2030 draft, (Bay State Banner, 11/22/16)

•  Students push for 'sanctuary campuses', (Commonwealth Magazine, 11/19/16)

•  Suspensions increase for at-risk students, (Boston Herald, 11/18/16)

•  Massachusetts Releases Second Year of Suspension Data, (DESE News, 11/17/16)

•  See if your child's school failed its lead, copper water tests, (Boston Globe, 11/17/16)

•  Building a capable workforce, (Commonwealth Magazine, 11/15/16)



•  In Boston, charter vote reflected racial divide, (Boston Globe, 11/14/16)

•  With Question 2 defeat, voters ignored the elites, (Boston Globe, 11/14/16)

•  Charter backers get schooled, (Commonwealth Magazine, 11/11/16)

•  After Question 2, what's next for education reform?, (Boston Globe, 11/11/16)

•  In Civics Classrooms, Learning How To Teach Trump, (WBUR.org Edify, 11/10/16)

•  Dressing kids for success, (Boston Herald, 11/10/16)



•  Crushing defeat leaves charter-school movement in limbo, (Boston Globe, 11/10/16)

•  After charter defeat, Baker looks to close achievement gap, (Commonwealth Magazine, 11/09/16)

•  Charter school ballot question defeated, (Bay State Banner, 11/09/16)

•  Charter school expansion shot down, (Boston Herald, 11/09/16)

•  Mass. Voters Say No To Charter School Expansion, (WBUR.org Edify, 11/09/16)

•  Massachusetts Ballot questions, 2 - Expand Charter Schools Results, (Boston Globe, 11/08/16)

•  Voters could lift state cap on charter schools Tuesday, (Boston Globe, 11/08/16)

•  Charter school advocates, opponents make final pitch, (Boston Herald, 11/08/16)

•  Obama official backs Mass. charter expansion, (Boston Globe, 11/05/16)

•  Why it's so hard to vote yes on Question 2, (Boston Globe, 11/04/16)

•  How many charter schools are too many?, (Boston Globe, 11/03/16)



•  A charter school success story, made possible by chance, (Boston Globe, 11/02/16)

•  Charter school vote may hurt ratings, credit agency says, (Boston Globe, 11/02/16)

•  Boston charter schools to launch common application, (Boston Globe, 10/31/16)

•  Many charter schools lag in enrolling students lacking English fluency, (Boston Globe, 10/31/16)

•  Finding a school that gave her son room to run, (Boston Globe, 10/29/16)

•  School Volunteers Can Help Close The Achievement Gap, (Wbur.org/edify, 10/28/16)

•  Charter schools call staffing claim 'bogus', (Boston Herald, 10/28/16)



•  No On Question 2: A Municipal Treasurer On Why The Charter School Math..., (Wbur.org, 10/28/16)

•  Yes On Question 2: The Case For Raising The Cap On Charter Schools..., (Wbur.org, 10/28/16)

•  Voters split on charter schools..., (Boston Globe, 10/27/16)

•  Where The Money Comes From In The Fight Over Charter Schools, (Wbur.org/edify, 10/27/16)

•  Pressure mounting for state czar to oversee teen homelessness, (Boston Herald, 10/27/16)



•  Charlie Baker takes charter school crusade to neighborhoods, (Boston Herald, 10/26/16)

•  Quincy finds unacceptable lead levels at 8 schools, (Boston Globe, 10/26/16)

•  What if your kids were stuck in a poorly performing school?, (Boston Globe, 10/25/16)

•  Gov. Charlie Baker lends political might to Question 2..., (Boston.com, 10/25/16)

•  Editorial: Yes on Question 2, (Boston Herald, 10/24/16)

•  'No on 2' supporters rally near Charlie Baker home, (Boston Herald, 10/24/16)

•  In Salem, a balanced approach to charter schools, (Boston Globe, 10/22/16)

•  Robert A. DeLeo backs 2 despite union opposition, (Boston Herald, 10/21/16)

•  A charter success story, dreaming of a sequel, (Boston Globe, 10/20/16)



•  Black leaders, voters split on charter schools, (Boston Globe, 10/20/16)

•  Charters used to enjoy bipartisan support. Not anymore, (Boston Globe, 10/18/16)

•  Curtatone, Rodrigues clash over charter schools on Herald Radio, (Boston Herald, 10/18/16)

•  More than $18M spent on charter school question TV ads, (Boston Herald, 10/13/16)

•  Baker to push charter schools in N.Y.C., (Boston Globe, 10/13/16)

•  A field guide to suburban cool kids, (Boston Globe Magazine, 10/12/16)



•  Charter schools are not 'draining' district budgets, (Commonwealth Magazine, 10/10/16)

•  Charter cap debate clouds original intent, (Commonwealth Magazine, 10/10/16)

•  The missing piece of education reform, (Commonwealth Magazine, 10/10/16)

•  Charter showdown, (Commonwealth Magazine, 10/10/16)

•  Schools sending kids - many with special needs - home without hearings, (Boston Herald, 10/05/16)

•  Court throws out lawsuit challenging charter school cap, (Boston Globe, 10/04/16)

•  Community leaders look to curb suicide rate of black boys, (Boston Herald, 10/02/16)



                                                                       

•  Educators accused of sexual misconduct often find new posts, (Boston Globe, 10/01/16)

•  Charters aren't draining district school funding, (Boston Globe, 09/30/16)

•  Teachers on opposite sides of the charter school debate speak out, (Boston Globe Magazine, 09/28/16)

•  A growing list of communities oppose lifting the charter cap, (Citizensforpublisschools.org, 09/28/16)

•  MTF Report Examines MA Charter School Funding, (Masstaxpayers.org, 09/28/16)

•  Charters haven't been a drain on traditional schools, watchdog group finds, (Boston Globe, 09/28/16)



•  Mass Taxpayers group knocks claims charter schools drain resources, (Boston Herald, 09/28/16)

•  What makes a Level 1 school?, (Commonwealth Magazine, 09/27/16)

•  Board of Education Items for Discussion and Action, (Board of Education, 09/27/16)

•  2016 MCAS English scores for 10th graders, (Boston Globe, 09/26/16)

•  Goodbye to homework for some elementary schools and classes, (Boston Herald, 09/26/16)

•  Boston's 'A team' of charter school leaders, (Commonwealth Magazine, 09/20/16)



                                                                       

•  Educator Evaluation: Action Plan to Revise Regulations on Student Impact Rating, (MDESE, 09/16/16)

•  Make-or-break vote for a new Minuteman High School, (Boston Globe, 09/16/16)

•  Massachusetts charter cap holds back disadvantaged students, (Brookings Report, 09/15/16)

•  The Great Charter Schools Debate, (Boston Magazine, September 2016)



•  Out-of-state bigwigs back charters, (Boston Herald, 09/14/16)

•  How good is your child's school district?, (Boston Globe, 09/14/16)

•  Charter debate focuses on funding, equity issues, (Boston Globe 09/13/16)

•  Big money from Boston business leaders in favor of charter schools, (Boston Globe, 09/13/16)

•  Charter school ballot question is in tight contest, new poll finds, (Boston Globe 09/13/16)



•  Teachers at Essex Elementary stop assigning homework, (Boston Globe 09/13/16)

•  Question 2 opponents slam state education official's $100G gift, (Boston Herald 09/12/16)

•  Massachusetts Charter Schools Accountability, (DESE 09/09/16)

•  Primary charter school support votes mixed, (Boston Herald 09/09/16)

•  The 'achievement gap' appears to be narrowing, (Boston Globe 09/06/16)

•  City teaching training effort didn't have state approval, (Boston Globe 09/06/16)



•  Charter school fight extends into the primaries, (Boston Globe 09/05/16)

•  Chess Notes, (Boston Globe 09/03/16)

•  Signs of media shift on charter schools, (Bay State Banner 08/31/16)

•  Malden cuts school buses in effort to save money, (Boston Globe 08/29/16)

•  Music teacher sings students' success, (Boston Herald 08/29/16)

•  Why Question 2 grassroots opposition is growing, (Commonwealth Magazine 08/29/16)

•  Poll finds majority of Democrats back lifting charter cap, (Boston Herald 08/28/16)

•  Chafing about charters: Dems splintered over cap on schools, (Boston Globe 08/23/16)

•  More time in school key to charter success, (Commonwealth Magazine 08/19/16)



                                                                       

•  At schools, healthier options pass the taste test, (Boston Globe 08/19/16)

•  Lifting charter school cap would burden city's finances, Walsh says, (Boston Globe 08/17/16)

•  State Democratic Party opposes charter school expansion, (Boston Globe 08/17/16)

•  State Dems say no to charter ballot question, (Commonwealth Magazine 08/17/16)

•  DFER-MA Responds to State Party Action on Charter Cap Ballot Question, (Democrats for Education Reform 08/16/16)

•  Gov. Charlie Baker to push for more affordable units, (Boston Herald 08/16/16)

•  Special Report: Homeless forced from motels deal with 'chaos and anxiety', (Boston Herald 08/16/16)

•  Ballot question on charter schools divides Democrats, (Boston Globe 08/15/16)

•  Charter schools seek to expand, (Boston Globe 08/15/16)

•  Pro-charter school ads to flood Mass. airwaves during Olympics, (Boston Herald 08/07/16)



                                                                       

•  A triumph long in coming in fair pay fight, (Boston Globe 08/03/16)

•  Save Our Public Schools puts focus on canvassing, (Bay State Banner 08/03/16)

•  City Council opposes charter school ballot measure, (Boston Globe 08/03/16)

•  Editorial: Pandering on schools, (Boston Globe 08/01/16)

•  Anti-charter school expansion group kicks off TV blitz, (Boston Globe 08/01/16)

•  City Council to hear resolution opposing ballot question on charter school cap, (Boston Globe 07/31/16)

•  MA Charter School Waitlist Initial Report for 2016-2017 (FY17), (DESE Press Release 06/30/16)



•  City announces new safety standards for drop-in programs, (Boston.com 07/30/16)

•  Flexibility needed in educating English language learners, (Commonwealth Magazine 07/29/16)

•  For parents, city camps ease stress of summer, (Boston Globe 07/29/16)

•  I'm a pro-charter school Obama and Sanders Democrat, (Commonwealth Magazine 07/20/16)

•  School superintendents hit the books over public records law, (Boston Globe 07/19/16)

•  Salem charter school faces lingering challenges, (Boston Globe 07/18/16)

•  Musical chairs, (Commonwealth Magazine 07/11/16)

•  Students at state's public colleges gird for higher tuition, (Boston Globe 07/11/16)

•  Boston Public Library turns page with renovations, art, technology, (Boston Herald 07/07/16)



                                                                       

•  Does Boston have too many nonprofits?, (Boston Globe 07/05/16)

•  Seeking diversity and money, schools are embracing foreign students, (Boston Globe 07/05/16)

•  Amid federal probe, Walsh faces first full test in union contract talks, (Boston Globe 07/01/16)

•  Common Core ballot question rejected, (Commonwealth Magazine 07/01/16)

•  Common Core supporters win key victory with SJC ruling, (Boston Globe 07/01/16)

•  Massachusetts Adopts New Digital Literacy and Computer Science Standards, (MDESE Headlines, 06/28/16)

•  Having a summer job raises Boston youths' employment skills and academic aspirations, (Boston.com, 06/24/16)

•  Latin School leadership lessons, (Commonwealth Magazine, 06/24/16)

•  Peyser misses the mark on teacher licensing, (Commonwealth Magazine, 06/20/16)

•  Board of Education Adoption of 2016 Digital Literacy and Computer Science Standards, (MDESE/BOE Memorandum, 06/17/16)



                                                                       

•  Teacher licensure system needs overhaul, (Commonwealth Magazine, 06/15/16)

•  Boston City Council votes down Walsh budget, (Bay State Banner, 06/15/16)

•  Arlington voters consider tax hikes for school projects, (Boston Globe 06/10/16)

•  Testing College Readiness: Massachusetts compares the validity of two standardized tests, (EducationNext Summer 2016)

•  PARCC and Massachusetts state exams predict college success equally well, (EducationNext Summer 2016)

•  If the MCAS is so good, why are we ditching it?, (Boston Globe Magazine 06/07/16)

•  The 7 steps to making a standardized test, (Boston Globe Magazine 06/07/16)

•  In more classrooms, books and lectures are being ditched, (Boston Globe 06/04/16)

•  MBTA considers expanding youth fare discounts, (Boston Globe 06/04/16)

•  Blazing trails in Boston: Chang, Koh, and Wu, (Boston Globe 06/03/16)



                                                                       

•  State Announces Supports for Updated Science and Technology/Engineering Learning Standards, (MDESE Headlines 05/27/16)

•  Threat To Public Education Now Centers on MA, (Massachusetts Teacher Association 05/26/16)

•  MTA report outlines threats to public education, (Massachusetts Teacher Association 05/26/16)

•  A school-choice double standard, (Commonwealth Magazine 05/19/16)

•  Teachers Association vows to fight lifting charter ban, (Boston Globe 05/15/16)

•  Report: Transgender students to choose their own bathrooms, (Boston Herald 05/13/16)

•  Massachusetts Senate approves transgender rights bill 33-4, (Boston Herald 05/12/16)

•  Baker should embrace pre-Common Core standards, (Commonwealth Magazine 05/12/16)

•  Baker's Common Core caution, (Commonwealth Magazine 05/11/16)

•  Private schools, painful secrets, (Boston Globe Spotlight 05/08/16)



                                                                       

•  The towns and cities with the best-paid teachers in Massachusetts in 2015, (Boston Business Journal 05/03/16)

•  Where, oh where, should Brookline build a new school?, (Boston Globe 04/29/16)

•  Massachusetts High Schools Rankings, (USnews.com 04/19/16)

•  Two Massachusetts high schools make list of top 100 in U.S., (Boston.com 04/19/16)

•  Commentary: Math Toys For Girls — The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly, (WBUR.org Edify 04/14/16)

•  A politicized battle over charter cap, (Bay State Banner 04/13/16)

•  Why Thousands Of American Parents Are Sending Their Kids To 'Russian Math', (WBUR.org Edify 04/13/16)

•  Boston's budget ranges far in areas it addresses, (Boston Globe 04/12/16)

•  Two Jewish groups condemn 'disrespect' at Newton forum, (Boston Globe 04/12/16)

•  Newton superintendent says meeting was display of 'uncivil behavior', (Boston Herald 04/12/16)

•  Low-income, minority areas seen as lead poisoning hot spots, (Boston Globe 04/11/16)

•  Senate charter school effort runs off course, (Commonwealth Magazine.org 04/10/16)



                                                                       

•  Changing Your Math 'Mindset' Can Boost Your Math Performance, (WBUR.org Edify 04/10/16)

•  Charter school poll shows support for ballot measure, (Boston Globe 04/08/16)

•  Activists disrupt Newton forum on prejudice, (Boston Globe 04/08/16)

•  Civil rights groups intervene in charter case, (Bay State Banner 04/08/16)

•  Mass. Senate votes in favor of 'compromise' charter school bill, (Boston.com 04/07/16)

•  Is charter debate headed for resolution or over the cliff?, (Commonwealth Magazine.org 04/07/16)

•  More funding needed for afterschool programs, (Commonwealth Magazine.org 04/07/16)

•  Officials get taste of MCAS PARCC, (Bay State Banner 04/06/16)

•  GE pledges $50m in contributions to area groups, (Boston Globe 04/04/16)

•  Money at the heart of the Mass. charter debate, (Boston Globe 04/02/16)

•  Chelsea charter program that taught struggling kids reaches a milestone, (Boston Globe 04/01/16)



                                                                       

•  Senate Bill S.2203: An Act enhancing reform, innovation and success in education, (MAlegislature.gov/Bills 03/31/16)

•  Senate bill would unify Boston's district, charter school enrollment, (Boston Globe 03/31/16)

•  New charter school bill faces steep climb, (Boston Globe 03/31/16)

•  Playing the charter school game of chance, (Boston Globe 03/31/16)

•  Lucrative posts lure school chiefs out of retirement, (Boston Globe 03/31/16)

•  Why Harvard Graduate Students want to join the auto workers union, (Statnews.com 03/28/16)

•  Racial aspects tinge Mass. charter debate, (Boston Globe 03/28/16)

•  At private schools, a surge of Chinese students, (Boston Globe 03/27/16)

•  Clash opened doors to start city’s healing, (Boston Herald 03/22/16)

•  History's lesson: Ted Landsmark looks back at chilling moment in busing crises, (Boston Herald 03/21/16)



                                                                       

•  Half of city residents make less than $35,000 a year, study says, (Boston Globe 03/15/16)

•  Charters are contentious in cities. Should they be put to statewide vote?, (Boston Globe 03/10/16)

•  Students see benefits from later school start times, (Boston Globe 03/09/16)

•  Walsh criticizes state charter school funding process, (Boston Globe 03/09/16)

•  House bill would require schools to screen for drug use, (Boston Globe 03/09/16)

•  SJC ruling clears path for claims on discrimination, (Boston Globe 02/29/16)

•  Advocate seeks end to union residency exemption for City of Boston workers, (Boston Globe 02/26/16)

•  State approves expanded charter schools in Boston, (Boston Globe 02/24/16)

•  Charter demand is debated after new, lower waitlist counts, (Bay State Banner 02/24/16)

•  Board of Elementary and Secondary Education Approves Two New Charter Schools and 1,500+ New Seats, (Board of Ed. 02/23/16)



                                                                       

•  State raises expectations, but not pay, for preschool teachers, (Boston Globe 02/20/16)

•  Brookline officials spar over 'institutional racism' claim, (Boston Globe 02/18/16)

•  Harvard Law students occupy a school building, (Boston.com 02/17/16)

•  Commissioner to Recommend Two New Charter Schools and 1,500+ New Seats, (DESE News 02/16/16)

•  'Systemic failure' led to abuses in Holyoke school, (Boston Globe 02/16/16)

•  Build a fiber network in Boston, (Boston Globe 02/14/16)

•  Gov. Baker helps launch new website that 'fact checks' charter schools, (Boston.com 02/12/16)

•  Mayor Walsh's full statement on Monday's snowstorm, (Boston Globe 02/07/16)

•  Boston Payroll for all employees 2015, (Boston Herald 02/06/16)

•  Boston payroll surged to $1.6 billion last year, (Boston Herald 02/06/16)



                                                                       

•  64 City of Boston workers earn more than $250,000, (Boston Globe 02/06/16)

•  Groups lining up against MBTA fare increases, (Boston Globe 02/06/16)

•  Lowell Sun blasts Nashoba Tech school committee in Twitter flap, (Boston Globe 02/03/16)

•  UConn creates new living space for black male students, (Boston.com 02/03/16)

•  Hoaxers increasingly going online to threaten schools, (Boston Globe 02/02/16)

•  MS-13 leaders said to have recruited local students, (Boston Globe 01/30/16)

•  Charter Schools Delivering on Promise of Curricular Innovation, (Pioneer Institute 01/29/16)

•  Brookline officers join lawsuit alleging racial bias, (Boston Globe 01/27/16)

•  Read the full complaint filed in Brookline racism case, (Boston Globe 01/27/16)

•  Codman Academy lessons reach a national audience, (Boston Globe 01/27/16)



                                                                       

•  Evaluation Ratings Show Majority of Teachers Performing at High Levels, (DESE Headlines 01/26/16)

•  Teachers earn good marks again in state evaluation system, (Education Week 01/26/16)

•  State board votes to close Dorchester charter school, (Boston Globe 01/26/16)

•  Rosenberg knocks Baker's push to hike charter school cap, (Boston Herald 01/26/16)

•  Marty Walsh catches flak after Boston Latin flap, (Boston Herald 01/26/16)

•  Denver's unified school enrollments may offer Boston a lesson, (Boston Globe 01/25/16)

•  Report Ranks Boston No. 1 in Income Inequality: What Does It Mean?, (Pioneer Institute 01/22/16)

•  In Mass. schools, a focus on well-being, (Boston Globe 01/05/16)

•  Charlie Baker: Full text of State of the Commonwealth speech, (Boston Globe 01/21/16)

•  Mayor Walsh: Full remarks from State of the City address, (Boston Globe 01/20/16)



                                                                       

•  Walsh defends commitment to schools in address, (Boston Globe 01/19/16)

•  State of the City Address Twitter.com, (Twitter.com/hashtag/SOTC16)

•  VIDEO: Charter Schools are Not an Experiment, (http://blog.Mass.gov 01/19/16)

•  Baker gets 25,000-signature charter school petition, (Boston Globe 01/19/16)

•  Massachusetts Earns a B-Plus Ranks First in Nation, (Education Week 01/16/16) |

•  Massachusetts Enlists Districts in School Turnaround Efforts, (Edweek.org 01/07/16)

•  Michelle Wu elected president of Boston City Council in landmark vote, (Boston Herald 01/04/16) |

•  Alexandra Oliver-Davila appointed to Boston School Committee, (BPS 01/04/16) |

•  Fewer students disciplined in Mass. schools, (Boston Globe 12/30/15) |



                                                                       

•  How a standoff over schools changed the country, (Boston Globe 12/20/15) |

•  90 percent Hispanic? No hay problema, (Boston Globe 12/16/15) |

•  Spring 2016 District Assessment Decisions for MCAS/PARCC, (DESE 12/24/15) |

•  Student Assessment Decision FAQs for MCAS/PARCC, (DESE 12/18/15) |

•  Student Assessment Update for MCAS/PARCC, (DESE 12/17/15) |

•  State Releases 2015 Accountability and Assistance Results, (DESE 12/09/15) |

•  DESE Accountability Report (All districts/schools) 2015, (DESE 12/09/15) |

•  Massachusetts's Rejection of Common Core Test Signals Shift in U.S., (New York Times 11/21/15) |

•  Board of Elementary and Secondary Education Approves Path to Next-Generation MCAS, (BESE 11/17/15) |

•  Commissioner Chester Recommends Path to Next-Generation MCAS, (DESE 11/12/15) |



                                                                       

•  Commissioner Chester Recommendations on Student Assessment for Spring 2016 and Beyond, (DESE 11/12/15) |

•  Education official suggests a blend of assessment tests, 10/20/15 |

•  Governor Baker, Mayor Walsh differ on charter school plans, 10/13/15 |

•  In schools, can separate be equal?, (Boston Globe 10/08/15) |

•  Five students sue to lift state's charter school cap, (Boston Globe, 09/15/15)

•  What to Look For" Observation Guides (DESE), Fall 2015 |

•  DESE Statewide Testing Schedule for SY'2015-2016 |

•  PARCC & MCAS FAQs for Administrators and Educators, 2015-2016 |

•  2-Year PARCC "Test Drive": What to Expect for the School Year, 2015-2016 |

•  PARCC Announces Changes to Shorten Test (MDESE) |

•  ELL Assessment Update: Back-to-School 2015-2016 |



                                                                       

•  Educator Effectiveness Guidebook for Inclusive Practice, (August 14, 2015) |

•  IEP Form Improvement Project Update, (August 12, 2015) |

•  Baker-Polito Administration Announces $14 Million for Expanded Learning Time in 11 Districts |

•  Technical Assistance Advisory SPED 2016-1: Time-out and Seclusion (MDESE) |

•  Did busing slow Boston’s desegregation?, (Boston Globe 08/09/15) |

•  Facing segregation again, Boston's public schools get a do-over, (Boston Globe 07/01/15) |

•  What is it like to be poor at an Ivy League school?, (Boston Globe 04/09/15)

•  Busing crisis earns rightful place in school curriculum, (Boston Globe 03/01/15) |

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•  Catholic schools and embracing the elusive, (Thomas Fordham Institute 06/14/18)

•  Mr. Rogers Had a Simple Set of Rules for Talking to Children, (The Atlantic 06/08/18)

•  The Schools That Are Bringing Poor Kids Into the Middle Class, (The Atlantic 05/24/18)

•  Colleges Bend the Rules for More Students, Give Them Extra Help, (Wall Street Journal 05/24/18)



•  The Achievement First story, part two: Big steps to a storybook ending?, (Thomas Fordham Institute 05/22/18)

•  Community mourns after Texas shooting leaves 10 dead, (Boston Globe 05/19/18)

•  This Is School in America Now, (New York Times 05/19/18)

•  The Gordian knot of high school reform, (Thomas Fordham Institute 05/16/18)

•  The Achievement First story, part one: The Common Core hits New York, (Thomas Fordham Institute 05/10/18)

•  Same Policies That Failed to Stop Florida Shooter Exist in School Districts Nationwide, (Heritage Foundation 05/08/18)



•  Melania Trump Rolls Out 'Be Best,' a Children's Agenda With a Focus on Social Media, (New York Times 05/07/18)

•  Melania Trump debuts ‘Be Best’ campaign for kids’ well-being, (Associated Press 05/07/18)

•  The Lie That Perfectionists Tell Themselves, (Harvard Business Review 05/04/18)

•  Charter schools deserts or opportunities for access?, (Thomas Fordham Institute 05/03/18)

•  Is the high school graduation rate really going up?, (Brookings 05/03/18)

•  Test-based accountability deserves to be assessed against a valid hypothesis, (Thomas Fordham Institute 05/02/18)



•  How You Can Raise Robot-Proof Children, (Wall Street Journal 04/26/18)

•  Using learning progressions in teaching students with disabilities in inclusive classrooms, (Brookings 04/26/18)

•  Trump gives Oval Office tour to White House reporters' kids, (Boston Globe 04/26/18)

•  Are High Schools Adequately Preparing Teens for College? No One Really Knows, (The74million.org 04/25/18)

•  Some racial and ethnic groups do much better on NAEP than others..., (Thomas Fordham Institute 04/25/18)

•  Reducing Chronic Absenteeism under the Every Student Succeeds Act, (Brookings 04/25/18)



•  Reflections on NAEP: Breaking the Reactionary Cycle, (GettingSmart.com 04/23/18)

•  Hundreds of school walkouts planned on Columbine anniversary, (Boston Globe 04/20/18)

•  When Disadvantaged Students Overlook Elite Colleges, (The Atlantic 04/18/18)

•  Keep what's valuable in the discipline guidance but drop the racial quotas, (Thomas Fordham Institute 04/18/18)

•  When a Rubric Isn't Enough, (Edutopia.org 04/16/18)

•  The costs, opportunities, and limitations of the expansion of 529 education savings accounts, (Brookings 04/13/18)



•  9 Amazing Benefits of Technology in the Classroom +18 ways..., (Jen Reviews 04/13/18)

•  The Department of Justice Is Looking into the Admissions Policies of Several New England Colleges, (Boston Magazine 04/12/18)

•  To Give Our Youngest Students a Boost, Social-Emotional Learning Should Come First, (the74million.org 04/02/18)

•  Student Protesters Take Over Howard University Administration Building, (New York Times 03/30/18)

•  What does preservice teacher quality tell us about entry and retention in the profession?, (Brookings 03/30/18)

•  Red-State Teacher Unrest Just Keeps Spreading, (NYmag.com 03/30/18)



•  4 Steps to Better School Security, (Heritage Foundation 03/28/18)

•  Imagine a secretary of education who understands public education, (Boston Globe 03/20/18)

•  Is Richard Carranza Ready to Run America's Biggest School System?, (New York Times 03/18/18)

•  National School Walkout: Live Updates, (New York Times 03/14/18)

•  Student walkouts planned across US to protest gun violence, (Boston Herald 03/13/18)

•  Less Discipline, More Disorder: The Unintended Consequences of Federal..., (Heritage Foundation 03/12/18)



•  Giving Every Child in a Military Family the Chance for a Bright Future, (Heritage Foundation 03/05/18)

•  Should schools be required to tell parents about bullying?, (Boston Herald 03/05/18)

•  How biased is your news source? You probably won’t agree with this chart, (Marketwatch.com 03/01/18)

•  The Misguided Drive to Measure 'Learning Outcomes', (New York Times 02/23/18)

•  Several colleges in New England now cost $70,000 — or more, (Boston Globe 02/23/18)

•  Evidence should inform but not drive decision making, (Brookings.edu, 02/22/18)



•  Teachers slam Trump proposal to arm educators, (Boston Herald, 02/22/18)

•  What School Could Be: Ted Dintersmith on Powerful Learning, (GettingSmart.com, 02/22/18)

•  Donald Trump backs arming teachers to stop school shootings, (Boston Herald, 02/22/18)

•  Legislators advance school funding bill (S.223) filed by Sen. Sonia Chang-Díaz, (Bay State Banner, 02/21/18)

•  When Is a Child Instagram-Ready?, (New York Times, 02/21/18)

•  I Took 7th Graders to See 'Black Panther.' Here’s What They Said., (New York Times, 02/18/18)



•  Study Explores How To Master A Skill You've Only Practiced In Your Mind, (Forbes.com, 02/15/18)

•  Celebrating Black History Month, (Pioneer Institute, 02/15/18)

•  Students can't learn if they don’t show up at school, (Hechingerreport.org, 02/15/18)

•  The Names and Faces of the Florida School Shooting Victims, (New York Times, 02/15/18)

•  Florida School Shooting: 17 Reported Dead, (New York Times, 02/14/18)

•  People Trust Their Managers More In Top-Performing Organizations, (Forbes.com, 02/14/18)



•  Changes to Valentine's Day celebration at Bethel School District..., (Registerguard.com, 02/14/18)

•  New England colleges have one big worry: 2025, (Boston Globe, 02/03/18)

•  HPSCI Majority Staff Declassified Memo, (Honorable Devin Nunes, 02/02/18)

•  House Intelligence memo released: What it says, (Washington Examiner, 02/02/18)

•  9 inspiring places to visit for Black History Month, (Boston Herald, 02/02/18)

•  Civil Rights Trail: 100 locations across 14 states, (US Civil Rights Trail, 02/01/18)



•  28 Days, 28 Films for Black History Month, (New York Times, 02/01/18)

•  ASALH: Black History Themes, (ASALH.org, 02/01/18)

•  To celebrate school choice, expand federal support for charter schools, (Washington Examiner, 01/25/18)

•  Celebrating Dr. MLK, Jr.'s Birthday and School Choice, (Pioneer Institute, 01/15/18)

•  The battle to shut down Obama's presidential center, (Washington Examiner, 01/15/18)

•  Some Bright Hopes for New York's Schools, (New York Times, 01/14/18)



•  Guess Who's Coming to 'Peanuts', (New York Times, 01/13/18)

•  The 'segregationist' attacks on charter schools are really attacks on..., (Thomas B. Fordham Institute, 01/12/18)

•  Three biggest education innovation questions for 2018, (Thomas B. Fordham Institute, 01/09/18)

•  Student Agency: The Canary in the Coal Mine, (Getting Smart, 01/02/18)

•  6 Emerging Technologies Supporting Personalized Learning, (Getting Smart, 01/01/18)

•  How Schools Around the World are Tackling Social Justice – Part 2, (Getting Smart, 12/29/17)



•  Must-Read Education Stories From 2017, (The Atlantic, 12/27/17)

•  How Rural Students Define the American Dream, (The Atlantic, 12/26/17)

•  Financial Technology and Parental Choice in Education, (Heritage Foundation, 12/22/17)

•  The Best Books We Read in 2017, (The Atlantic, 12/22/17)

•  A review of education in 2017, (Brookings, 12/21/17)

•  How Schools Around the World are Tackling Social Justice – Part 1, (Getting Smart, 12/21/17)



•  Most top colleges still regulate campus speech, report says, (Fox News, 12/21/17)

•  Meet the Changemakers: 12 Extraordinary Educators, (74million.org, 12/20/17)

•  The New Casualties of Automation, (The Atlantic, 12/21/17)

•  2017 Education Research Highlights, (Edutopia.org, 12/14/17)

•  Report: Economic Freedom Up Slightly Across U.S., (Pioneer Institute, 12/14/17)

•  FCC Votes to Dismantle Net-Neutrality Rules, (Wall Street Journal, 12/14/17)



•  Why Net Neutrality Was Repealed and How It Affects You, (New York Times, 12/14/17)

•  The Best Children's Books of 2017, (Wall Street Journal, 12/08/17)

•  Why Do American Schools Have Such Long Hours?, (The Atlantic, 12/13/17)

•  The Contradictions of Good Teaching, (The Atlantic, 12/08/17)

•  Times Critics' Top Books of 2017, (New York Times, 12/07/17)

•  Law Schools Say: Please Come, No LSAT Required, (Wall Street Journal, 12/07/17)



•  'Intelligent' Policing and My Innocent Children, (New York Times, 12/02/17)

•  For black students, a college degree means long-term debt, (Boston Globe, 11/26/17)

•  Why Black Colleges Need Charter Schools, (Wall Street Journal, 11/03/17)

•  The Hidden Meaning of Kids' Shapes and Scribbles, (The Atlantic, 10/25/17)

•  A Memoir's Humble Tale of Teaching, (The Atlantic, 10/20/17)

•  Rescued Rosa Parks House Due To Return To America, (WBUR.org Edify, 10/19/17)



•  Innovative Maine Program Helps Kids Whose Anxiety Prevents School Attendance, (WBUR.org Radio, 10/17/17)

•  Highline schools held up as model for training bilingual teachers, (Seattle Times, 09/20/17)

•  Teacher absenteeism twice as high at RI public schools than at charters, (Providence Journal, 09/20/17)

•  Educators Use Skype to Foster Empathy Toward Other Cultures, (EdTech Magazine, 09/14/17)

•  Efforts to 'raise the bar' for becoming a teacher are running headlong..., (Chalkbeat.org, 09/14/17)

•  Why America needs more college graduates ASAP, (Boston Globe, 09/09/17)

•  How Silicon Valley is erasing your individuality, (The Washington Post, 09/08/17)



•  Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?, (The Atlantic, September 2017)

•  Undocumented college students are facing an uncertain future, (Boston Globe, 08/31/17)

•  Spanish Thrives in the U.S. Despite an English-Only Drive, (New York Times, 08/23/17)

•  Schools in eclipse's path seize on ready-made science lesson, (Boston Herald, 08/19/17)

•  Counterprotesters Surge Into Boston, Overshadowing Rally, (New York Times, 08/19/17)



•  A priest's son takes his case directly to the Pope, (Boston Globe, 08/17/17)

•  Children of Catholic priests live with secrets and sorrow, (Boston Globe, 08/16/17)

•  Thousands paying for an education that failed to deliver, (Boston Globe, 08/06/17)

•  NYC's plan to place teachers from its Absent Teacher Reserve pool, (Chalkbeat, 08/03/17)

•  Changes to Teacher Evaluation Haven't Worked. Or Have They?, (Education Week, 08/03/17)



•  Crime in New York City Schools Is at a Record Low, City Says, (New York Times, 08/01/17)

•  Unions Trying To Shut Down STEM School Before It Even Opens, (Dailycaller.com, 08/01/17)

•  Work Worth Doing, (GettingSmart.com, 07/31/17)

•  Trump Presents a New Challenge for School Leaders, (Education Week, 07/30/17)

•  They're Recruiting and Keeping Male Educators of Color in the Classroom, (Educationpost.org, 07/28/17)

•  How to Prepare Preschoolers for an Automated Economy, (New York Times, 07/28/17)



•  Why the Myth of Meritocracy Hurts Kids of Color, (The Atlantic, 07/27/17)

•  Absent Teacher Reserve cost New York City $151.6 million, (Chalkbeat, 07/26/17)

•  Girl Scouts adds 23 new STEM badges to encourage girls in science, (USA Today, 07/25/17)

•  For School Improvement, Demographics Aren't Destiny, (Education Week, 07/18/17)

•  New York Schools for Off-Track Students May Face Stricter Rules, (New York Times, 07/16/17)



•  How Universal College Admission Tests Help Low-Income Students, (New York Times, 07/14/17)

•  Transgender Students Turn to Courts as Government Support Erodes, (New York Times, 07/14/17)

•  Some New York City Students Not Getting Therapy Services, Report Says, (New York Times, 07/11/17)

•  DeVos's Hard Line on New Education Law Surprises States, (New York Times, 07/07/17)

•  Teachers Union Adopts New, Anti-Charter School Policy, (USnews.com, 07/05/17)

•  US schools forced to rethink 'lunch shaming' policies..., (Independent.co.uk, 07/05/17)

•  21st-Century Skills: The Asian Version, (Education Week, 06/30/17)



•  Report Says Diversity Plan Is No Challenge for City, (New York Times, 06/28/17)

•  The School Voucher Research Wars, (USnews.com, 06/28/17)

•  Private School Choice Advocates Cheer U.S. Supreme Court Ruling , (USnews.com, 06/26/17)

•  Where Poor Students Are Top of the Class , (USNews.com, 06/20/17)

•  To Understand Betsy DeVos's Educational Views, View Her Education, (New York Times, 06/10/17)



•  Long-Awaited Plan for Integrating Schools Proves Mostly Small-Bore, (New York Times, 06/06/17)

•  How to teach kids about climate change where most parents are skeptics, (The Washington Post, 06/03/17)

•  Some Hires by Betsy DeVos Are a Stark Departure From Her Reputation, (New York Times, 06/02/17)

•  How Google Took Over the Classroom, (New York Times, 05/13/17)

•  What If Companies Managed People as Carefully as They Manage Money?, (Harvard Business Review, 05/24/17)



•  Solving the Mystery of Underachievement, (The Atlantic, 05/15/17)

•  The Traditional Lecture Is Dead. I Would Know - I'm a Professor, (Wired.com, 05/11/17)

•  Why There's A Renewed Push To Privatize Public Education, (WBUR.org Edify, 05/09/17)

•  The Broken Promises of Choice in New York City Schools, (New York Times, 05/05/17)

•  A student newspaper takes down Kansas principal, (Washington Times, 05/05/17)

•  Can Microsoft retake the education market from Google?, (Christian Science Monitor, 05/03/17)



•  Top universities could take thousands more low-income students, study says, (Hechingerreport.org, 05/02/17)

•  Microsoft Looks to Regain Lost Ground in the Classroom, (New York Times, 05/02/17)

•  New England high schools made the top 100 in US News & World Report's 2017, (Boston.com, 04/25/17)

•  Under new framework for student progress, states try new ways to grade schools, (Christian Science Monitor, 04/17/17)

•  In unanimous decision, Supreme Court raises bar for special education, (Christian Science Monitor, 03/22/17)

•  Harvard is dropping the LSAT requirement. Will other schools follow?, (Christian Science Monitor, 03/09/17)

•  What Will Happen to Teacher Evaluation Under the Every Student Succeeds Act?, (The LINE, 03/01/17)

•  Philadelphia Teacher slams school district with crowdfunded billboard, (6abc Action News, 03/01/17)

•  Where busing works, (Christian Science Monitor, 02/27/17)

•  Chicago schools take a stand on immigration enforcement, (Detroit News (AP), 02/23/17)



•  Intuition Is The Highest Form Of Intelligence, (Forbes, 02/21/17)

•  School choice keeps the peace, (Boston Globe, 02/12/17)

•  Will You Graduate? Ask Big Data, (New York Times, 02/02/17)

•  Transcript: President Obama on What Books Mean to Him, (New York Times, 01/16/17)

•  Schools Give Students a Leg Up Using STEM, Technology, (Ed Tech Magazine 01/15/17)

•  A President Who Inspired Big Dreams, and Big Smiles, in a Young Generation, (New York Times, 01/14/17)

•  Justices Face 'Blizzard of Words' in Special Education Case, (New York Times 01/11/17)

•  Rural schools caught in 'death spiral', (Commonwealth Magazine 01/10/17)

•  City to Close or Merge 9 Schools That Were in Support Program, (New York Times 01/06/17)

•  'A Bullet Could Hit Me and My Kids Any time', (New York Times 12/28/16)



•  D.C.'s overhauled training program is paying off for some teachers, (Washington Post 12/16/16)

•  6 Potential Brain Benefits Of Bilingual Education, (WBUR.org Edify 11/29/16)

•  US gives states more time to bolster struggling schools, (Boston Globe 11/29/16)

•  Should Teachers Be Able to Wear Safety Pins as a Message of Solidarity in Class?, (Education Week 11/23/16)

•  The Push for Sanctuary Campuses Prompts More Questions Than Answers, (The Atlantic 11/22/16)

•  Where Donald Trump Stands on School Choice, Student Debt and Common Core, (New York Times 11/21/16)

•  How the GOP's Sweep in the States Will Shape America's Schools, (The Atlantic 11/21/16)

•  Safety Pins Show Support for the Vulnerable, (New York Times 11/14/16)

•  To Our Readers, From the Publisher and Executive Editor, (New York Times 11/13/16)

•  Presidential Election Results: Donald J. Trump Wins, (New York Times 11/13/16)



•  Senate Election Results: G.O.P. Keeps Control, (New York Times 11/13/16)

•  House Election Results: G.O.P. Keeps Control, (New York Times 11/13/16)

•  The World Just Got More Uncertain and Your Strategy Needs to Adjust, (Harvard Business Review 11/11/16)

•  Numbers Cruncher: Why Trump's Win Blindsided the Big Polls, (Scientific American 11/10/16)

•  Blindsided by Trump's Victory? Behavioral Science Explains, (Harvard Business Review 11/09/16)

•  Election 2016: Exit Polls, (New York Times 11/09/16)

•  Why Pollsters Were Completely and Utterly Wrong, (Harvard Business Review 11/09/16)

•  Stunner: Donald Trump Wins Presidency, (Fox News 11/09/16)

•  Trump's Victory, on Front Pages Worldwide, (New York Times 11/09/16)

•  Donald Trump Is Elected President in Stunning Repudiation of the Establishment, (New York Times 11/09/16)



•  In N.H., a Chinese school from scratch, (Boston Globe 10/26/16)

•  Russian Studies Drawing More Interest From American Students, (WBUR Edify 10/26/16)

•  1 in 4 U.S. teachers are chronically absent..., (Washington Post 10/26/16)

•  Most Syrian refugees arriving in US are kids; schools adapt, (Boston Herald 10/20/16)

•  A history of red and blue, (The Economist 10/19/16)

•  What This 2012 Map Tells Us About America, and the Election, (New York Times 10/18/16)

•  Parent Group Seeks More Integration in New York's Schools, (New York Times 10/18/16)

•  NAACP ratifies controversial resolution for a moratorium on charter schools, (Washington Post 10/15/16)

•  The NAACP’s Charter-School Test, (Wall Street Journal 10/14/16)

•  How has your town voted in key presidential races?, (Boston Globe 10/13/16)

•  Meet 2016's 'Teacher Of The Year', (WBUR.org 10/11/16)

•  A Misguided Attack on Charter Schools, (New York Times 10/13/16)

•  Bilingual Education Poised for a Comeback in Cali Schools, (Education Week 10/11/16)

•  Teachers union, Chicago school district reach c