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KIPP’s New High School Building Celebrates Opening

September 13, 2019 | Steve Krause

LYNN — Knowledge is Power Program (KIPP) Academy Charter School opened its new campus at the historic J.B. Blood Building on Wheeler Street Friday with a ribbon-cutting. Caleb Dolan, the school’s executive director,... Read More +

A New Year of Firsts

September 10, 2019 | Tim Nicolette

A new school year typically includes many “firsts” for students, families, and teachers. We asked charter public schools across the state to share their favorite “firsts” from the start of SY19-20.... Read More +

Have You Heard The News?

September 6, 2019 | Tim Nicolette

MCPSA has launched its new, mobile-friendly website! Whether you’re a current or prospective charter public school parent, teacher, staff member, or supporter, our new website has something for you!... Read More +

Next Stop: Bryn Mawr College – Possible Project Alum Beza Prepares for What’s Next

September 5, 2019 | The Possible Project

After three impactful years with The Possible Project, Prospect Hill Academy graduate Beza Wondwossen is heading to Bryn Mawr College to continue her studies. She credits the entrepreneurial mindset she honed at The Possible Project... Read More +

A winning formula for Mass. schools

September 5, 2019 | Thomas F. Birmingham and William F. Weld

It’s said that those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it. But when it comes to the debate over updating the Commonwealth’s public school funding formula, state residents should fear... Read More +

Ribbon cut on new home of Benjamin Franklin Classical Charter Public School

September 1, 2019 | Daily News Staff

The Benjamin Franklin Educational Foundation (BFEF) recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the new home of the Benjamin Franklin Classical Charter Public School (BFCCPS), which is now located at 500... Read More +

At Boston summer internship, students build confidence for transition to college

August 30, 2019 | Brian MacQuarrie

Joshua Curtiss of South Boston zigzagged across a patch of dirt this summer as he tried to capture a goat, a circus-like chase that the 19-year-old found both amusing and frightening during... Read More +

More high schools forge a path to careers

August 29, 2019 | Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

As part of the state’s Innovation Pathways program, more high schools are creating specific college and career options to better engage students, prepare them for life after high school, and help businesses meet workforce... Read More +

How student leaders changed the culture at a Lynn charter school

August 23, 2019 | Gatesway Podcast

This week on Gateways, Juana and Ben chat with guest Hannah Parker about the importance of high standards in education.... Read More +

STUDENT BLOG: WHAT SJI TAUGHT ME ABOUT JOURNALISM & SOCIAL MEDIA

August 23, 2019 | Malia McClerkin

Malia McClerkin, rising senior at Boston Collegiate Charter School. She recently completed a second year at TiP’s Summer Journalism Institute.... Read More +