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The recent letter, “Charter schools’ pros don’t balance cons”, from Oct. 16 suggests that charter schools do not educate all students.Read More
While most voters will be focused on the presidential election on November 8th, Massachusetts’ voters also have an important decision to make on Question 2. If approved, it would lift the cap on charter schools currently in place across the state, allowing 12 new ones to be formed.Read More
SALEM — People have very strong feelings about Question 2 — even in suburban districts where it will have no impact.Read More
House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo said in a television interview Thursday he supports a ballot measure that would allow for more charter schools in Massachusetts.
“I decided to do what I feel is best for students, whatever the political ramifications,” he said in an interview with WCVB.Read More
House Speaker Robert DeLeo said Thursday that he will vote in favor of expanding charter schools in Massachusetts.Read More
Boston families are denouncing what they say is a push from affluent suburbs to limit charter schools — and limit their educational alternatives.Read More
By Jake Auchincloss
The American promise is that the condition of your birth should not determine the outcome of your life.Read More
BOSTON -- October 20, 2016 -- Rep. Patricia A. Haddad, Democratic Speaker Pro Tempore of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, has announced her support for Question 2 on the November ballot to lift enrollment caps on public charter schools in the Commonwealth.Read More
Do you want the best possible education for your child?Read More
Alorah Miles likes math the best.
In math, each lesson stacks on top of the last one like blocks, the 9-year-old explained. You can’t learn to multiply if you don’t know how to add. And if you don’t learn what you should in fourth grade, you won’t be ready for fifth.Read More