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Charter schools take a commendable step

April 20, 2015 | The Editorial Board

CHARTER SCHOOLS in Massachusetts h

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Charter schools to pool resources

April 13, 2015 | James Vaznis

Charter schools across Massachusetts, which critics accuse of dodging a public duty to teach students with disabilities or language barriers, are stepping up their efforts to educate those students through a new statewide collaborative that will enable the institutions to share staff, training, and programs.

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Report: Area charter schools can be model for hiring teachers

April 9, 2015 | Amelia Pak-Harvey

LOWELL -- The innovative approaches to hiring and handling teachers that schools like Lowell Collegiate Public Charter School an

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Study of black and Latino boys excludes charter success

April 9, 2015 | Michael Jonas

Researchers conducting a study looking for effective practices that are helping black and Latino boys close the achievement

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Matt Curtis: Taking sides on charter school question not in students’ best interests

April 1, 2015 | Matt Curtis

FLORENCE — I would like to respond to misleading generalizations pertaining to charter schools recently presented by letter writers in the Gazette — and offer additional perspective.

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Charter School Gains May Help Low-Performing Public Schools, Says Education Secretary

March 26, 2015 | Boston Public Radio Staff

Charter schools in Boston have made extraordinary gains, according to a 

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Marty Meehan and Beth Anderson: College degree should be goal for all our students

March 26, 2015 | Marty Meehan and Beth Anderson

Despite one of the strongest public- education systems in the United States, Massachusetts still faces stark disparities rooted

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Study: Boston charter students outpace peers in other cities

March 19, 2015 | State House News Service

A new national study validating the success of Boston charter schools could fuel the debate this year over expanding ac

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