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Rising Tide students participate in Civics Night

April 19, 2019 | Wicked Local Plymouth

PLYMOUTH — Students in grade 11 at Rising Tide Charter Public School presented collaborative work from their Civics and Economics course at an evening event on April 11.

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Rising Tide students host Stem Night

April 18, 2019 | Wicked Local Plymouth

PLYMOUTH — Families recently gathered at Rising Tide Charter Public School to visit exhibits that highlight technology and student work and to engage in a number of activities for the schools’ Stem Night.

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Analysis: Why the Media’s Pendulum Swing Against Charter Schools Has Consequences — and Why Journalists Must Keep Their Spotlight on the Trajectory of Students

April 18, 2019 | Richard Whitmire

The last time I had this queasy feeling about where education is headed, it was 2010 and I was midway through a book about Michelle Rhee’s turn as superintendent of D.C. Public Schools.

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SouthCoast Chamber presents awards to businesses and school

April 17, 2019 | Herald News Staff

NEW BEDFORD - The SouthCoast Chamber recently recognized the significant contributions and achievements of the region’s businesses with the presentation of the 2019 APEX Awards in the categories of Small Business, Large Business, Non-Profit and Educational Institution.

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Boston to name 3 finalists for school superintendent

April 17, 2019 | James Vaznis
Boston school officials are expected on Wednesday to announce three finalists for the superintendent’s job, a diverse group that includes a former Minnesota education commissioner, a high-ranking Miami-Dade County school district leader, and a principal at a local Catholic high school who once
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Seeking equity in funding for rural schools

April 16, 2019 | Michael A. Buoniconti
Thank you for this opportunity to testify before you on this important issue – equity for our public school children in rural Massachusetts. I ask for your support of Bill S.2185, which would establish a rurality factor in the Massachusetts education funding formula.
 
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CityLine: Sunday April 14, 2019 ForsythKids focus on good oral hygiene

April 14, 2019 | WCVB5ABC

Good oral hygiene is the focus at the Match Community Day Public Charter School in Hyde Park thanks to the ForythKids Program. Our Erika Tarantal reports on how thousands of kids have benefitted from the program. Dr.

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Burgess Finishes 2nd in the BAA Middle School 1,000 Meter Race

April 14, 2019 | Susan Petroni
BOSTON – Newton’s Tyler Tubman won the Boston Athletic Association’s middle school 1,000 meter race on Saturday morning, April 13, in Boston.
 
His winning time was 2:55 minutes flat.
 
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The Last Gasps of Desperation on Alma del Mar

April 13, 2019 | Keri Rodrigues
Here we go:
 
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Colliers International Secures $5 Million Dorchester Site for Charter School Expansion

April 12, 2019 | Boston Real Estate Times

Boston – Colliers International recently announced that it represented both buyer and seller in a $5 million Dorchester transaction that will allow the Conservatory Lab Charter School to build a second campus of 45,000 square feet at 395 Columbia Road.

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