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Girls Inc. of Lynn Honors 2020 Girl Hero Scholars Via Zoom on June 4

May 21, 2020 | Lynn Journal

Girls Inc.of Lynn will honor its Girl Hero Scholars on Thursday, June 4 at noon via Zoom.... Read More +

I’m a Black Woman on My Way to Becoming a Doctor Because I Never Gave Up

May 19, 2020 | Oluwaseun Adebagbo

I grew up believing that excellence is not an option but rather an obligation. I breezed through high school. I didn’t have to study hard to do well on a test. I just got... Read More +

Lowell charter school $50,000 richer

May 19, 2020 | Meg McIntyre

Lowell Community Charter Public School has received a $50,000 grant from the Local Initiatives Support Corporation.... Read More +

Two Local Educators Competing In Jeopardy! Teachers Tournament

May 19, 2020 | CBS Boston

Two local teachers are set to compete on “Jeopardy!” Katie LaBarge, a 9th and 10th grade science teacher from Cambridge and Matt Joyal, a high school history teacher from Hampstead, New Hampshire, are participating in... Read More +

Barnstable County Human Rights Advisory Commission Names This Year’s Malcolm McDowell Award Winner

May 16, 2020 |

Graduating senior from Sturgis Charter Public School Amanda DaCruz has been named the recipient of the Annual Malcolm McDowell Award by the Barnstable County Human Rights Advisory Commission (HRAC).... Read More +

Atlantis honors senior class

May 15, 2020 | The Herald News

This week, Atlantis Charter School administrators and 12th grade teachers hand-delivered congratulatory lawn signs to every one of its seniors. Deliveries were made Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week. All of the students and... Read More +

KIPP Schools’ Response to COVID-19 Went Way Beyond Academics

May 15, 2020 | Richard Barth

You often hear that a crisis usually brings out the best in people, and it was certainly the case at KIPP Schools around the country. I am certain countless other schools have a similar story... Read More +

Worcester teen’s school public art project punctuated by pandemic

May 14, 2020 | Danielle Ray

Seventeen-year-old Sophie Bonazoli created and assembled an art installation over several days on the city street where she lives, a retort to and commentary on social distancing, isolation and its effects on people.... Read More +


May 14, 2020 | Vineyard Gazette

Elda Berlin is a first grader at the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School. “I’m a little bit older than six and three quarters,” she says.... Read More +

Bringing the internship experience online

May 13, 2020 | Pat Hawkridge

As schools across the nation began shutting down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the administrative team here at Atlantis Charter School in Massachusetts immediately began readying our remote learning plan. While all schools faced... Read More +