Teacher’s Perspective: How My School’s Chinese Immersion Program Is Paving a Pathway to Global Citizenship for Inner-City Students
Their educations often hamstrung by their zip codes, generations of urban kids in places like the Boston neighborhood where I teach graduate from public high schools having passed conventional subjects like math and English, but lacking an awareness and appreciation of other languages and societiRead More
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) - High school students are getting a chance to experience college life this week at Western New England University.
More than a dozen students from various Western Massachusetts high schools are taking part in the University's mission ignition.Read More
West Springfield Mayor should allow new Hampden Charter School of Science to bring educational opportunity to area children (Guest viewpoint)
A decade ago, a group of Turkish educators, joined by a diverse group of community leaders, and parents, created The Hampden Charter School of Science, a new public school to serve 500 children in grades 6-12 from Chicopee, Springfield, Ludlow and West Springfield.Read More
Seven years ago, we made a promise to families in New Bedford that we’d create a school that would put their children on the path to college. We’ve created that school, and the success of our young scholars after just a short time is remarkable.Read More
For my English class at Innovation Academy Charter School I did a project on social media and its effects on self-esteem. I chose this topic because social media is a big part of a teen's everyday life and it can lead to depression and loss of self esteem.Read More
NEW BEDFORD — Alma del Mar applied Wednesday to the state for 1,188 more charter school seats and, if approved, is planning to add two schools in the city.Read More
Materials: one charter school, one biotech company with a few simple science experiments, and about 20 youngsters in grades three through six.
Directions: Set up three experiments that give the students the chance to see science up close and ask questions.Read More
I met my husband in Puerto Rico in 1980. We married young and we moved to Boston to live with his family. After a number of years trying to conceive, life blessed us with Luis, and later with his sister, Gianna.Read More
As a rising senior at the Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School, Esther Sokoloff-Rubin is paving herself a path toward a career where she can help people.Read More