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Diversity lessons: A well-integrated Massachusetts public school is a rare commodity. We’re making a virtue of that for our students and families.
IN A CITY with a difficult history of race relations, one of the most important strengths schools can give our students is the ability to communicate across racial lines.Read More
Kiera Fair, of Roslindale, recently received the opportunity to attend the Massachusetts Conference for Women in Boston.Read More
FALL RIVER — Wielding a device that resembled a video game controller, 14-year-old Angelo Nielsen carefully maneuvered his robot into position to pick up a plastic cone.
Mission accomplished.Read More
Boston Collegiate Charter School (BCCS) held its fourth annual Festival of Cultures, an event that invites students, families, staff and faculty to celebrate and embrace the diversity represented in the BCCS community.Read More
With state and now national honors under her belt, she’s teaching other schools what she knows about how students can change the world.
HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) – Students from the Hampden Charter School of Science in Chicopee composed messages of appreciation and delivered them to veterans at the Holyoke Soldiers Home on Tuesday.Read More
LOWELL -- The Lowell Planning Board unanimously approved a site plan and special permit for expansion of the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell off outer Middlesex Street to become a K-12 school, with about 400 more students and a 92,778 square-foot addition in the works.Read More
Marlborough – Every morning at the Advanced Math and Science Academy (AMSA) in Marlborough, a rock ‘n’ roll “song of the day” blasts from loud speakers for three minutes when school starts at 8:05 a.m. Executive Director Dr.Read More