January 9, 2019 | MICHAEL JONAS
SIX MONTHS AFTER the clock ran out on negotiations to revamp the state’s education funding formula, a broad coalition of lawmakers, mayors, and school leaders unveiled legislation on Wednesday to finish that work in the new session now underway on Beacon Hill.
January 7, 2019 | MIKE ALONGI
LYNN — Things are coming together for the KIPP Academy girls basketball team.
Behind a stellar defensive performance, the Panthers rolled to a 49-15 win over Fellowship Academy at home Monday night. Read More
January 7, 2019 | Brendan Lewis
LOWELL -- You can only have so many decapitated clay heads before you realize it's time to make a body. Read More
January 4, 2019 | New England Real Estate Journal
Foxborough, MA Thirty-two second-grade students at the Foxborough Regional Charter School recently received early Christmas gifts – brand-new bicycles and helmets, courtesy of building contractor Suffolk, which were presented during a ceremony in the school gymnasium. Read More
December 31, 2018 | PAUL DIPERNA
The 2018 election was marked in many corners as the “Year of the Teacher.” Record numbers of educators ran for—and some were elected to—local, state and national office.
December 30, 2018 | The Lowell Sun
ROBURY -- Innovation Academy senior Aidan Felty broke Massachusetts shot-put records once again on Friday. Read More
December 28, 2018 | The Standard-Times
NEW BEDFORD — “Hold the red sauce and pass the glue. The competition for the Spaghetti Bridge Challenge at Global Learning Charter Public School (GLCPS) was stiff as an uncooked lasagna noodle.”
December 20, 2018 | Education Post
Engage. Enrich. Educate. That is what we, the educators at Phoenix Charter Academy in Chelsea, Massachusetts, set out to do while embarking on a different type of school year in September 2018—one with student voice, community and continuous learning at its core—and it’s been working. Read More
December 20, 2018 | Carolyn Robbins
SPRINGFIELD -- On a recent morning at Springfield Prep Charter School, kindergarten students were busy solving a "story problem" aimed at teaching them subtraction.
December 20, 2018 | Holly Pretsky
On Tuesday, Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School sixth grader Volkert Kleeman woke up long before dawn to look for worms in his family’s compost pile. Read More