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Speakers at Martin Luther King Jr. ceremony in Springfield call for perseverance on civil rights, equality
Speakers praised the accomplishments of the late Martin Luther King Jr. on Wednesday during a City Hall celebration, saying he and others accomplished much in civil rights and equality while there remains today much work to be done.Read More
This is the second year ninth-graders at the charter school have written poems to stop bullying.Read More
The deadline for the public to submit comments on the city’s charter school proposals is quickly approaching, with Jan. 3 as the last date for submissions, according to the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.Read More
LOWELL -- Fifth-grader Jeff Danquah started going to Lowell Community Charter Public School in first grade. He doesn't want to walk away from the school for good 18 months from now, when he finishes sixth grade.Read More
HYANNIS — Sturgis Public Charter School's distinct education model and ability to draw students from off-Cape has Charles Baker interested.Read More
FALL RIVER —Those who support the city’s proposed charter schools told members of the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education on Friday that Fall River’s students and parents need more education choices.Read More
Salem Academy Charter School celebrates its 10th anniversary this year after a decade of growth.Read More
Those who support the city’s proposed charter schools told members of the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education on Friday that Fall River’s students and parents need more education choices.Read More
Charter schools were envisioned as centers of innovation that complement the traditional public schools. Importantly, charters should also learn from the success of local districts. The best districts and charters take these founding principles to heart.Read More
Boston Renaissance Charter Public School is not your average school.
Located in Hyde Park, classes include art, music and Mandarin. The goal is to develop a well-rounded Renaissance child.
Kindergarten students can sing the “Nihao Song” together, compare their heights and discuss the weather. “It’s raining! Xia yu le!” was repeated with gusto during a recent lesson.