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Posted Oct. 18, 2018

On the First Day We Teach Them to Tie Their Necktie, But It’s So Much More Than That

“This is the moment when you really become a high school student at Boston Prep. This is the moment when you learn to tie a…

By David Berkley

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Posted Sep. 12, 2018

Coffee Break: Tim Daly on How EdNavigator Helps Parents Make School Choice Work

Three years ago, Tim Daly and two colleagues left TNTP (The New Teacher Project) and launched a new effort called EdNavigator. The organization aims to…

By Peter Cunningham

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Posted July 20, 2018

How My Son’s School Helped Him Get a Full Scholarship to College | Como la Escuela de mi Hijo lo Ayudo a Recibir una Beca Completa a la Universidad

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…

By Diana Negron

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Posted July 5, 2018

Molly Cole on Opening Brooke East Boston Charter School and Becoming One of the Top Schools in the State

Molly Cole, founding principal of Brooke East Boston Charter School, was honored this school year with the Ryan Award for exceptional school leadership, a national…

By Ikhlas Saleem

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Posted June 1, 2018

Chicago’s Students Are Standing Still on Test Scores But That’s Good News

Sometimes no progress represents real progress, especially when you’re talking about an urban school district roiled by financial woes and a national exam that has…

By Tracy Dell’Angela

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Posted May 14, 2018

My School Knew I’d Graduate College Before I Even Thought About Going

I began attending Boston Prep back in 2005 as a sixth-grader. I vividly remember walking into class. I noticed there was a sign that said…

By Sasha Barthelemy

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Posted Apr. 20, 2018

Harsher School Discipline Isn’t the Answer to School Shootings

In the 19 years since the shooting at Columbine High School took the lives of 12 students and one teacher, more than 187,000 students in…

By Nina Leuzzi

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Posted Apr. 5, 2018

Educators Take Center Stage at Betsy DeVos’ Summit on School Discipline

Betsy DeVos, the secretary of education, hosted a summit yesterday on school safety and climate so that she could hear from people—including educators—who have been…

By Erika Sanzi

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Posted Mar. 20, 2018

Being a First-Generation College Student Is Rough, So I Wrote a Book on How to Do It Better

We have to do a better job of preparing students for college. As a young man growing up in Columbus, Ohio, the messaging was to…

By Chris Sumlin

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Posted Feb. 27, 2018

Here’s One Way We Could Keep More Black Male Educators in the Classroom

Does being me give me an advantage in my inner-city classroom? I often reflect on this question because every school year I learn from a…

By Francis Pina

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Posted Nov. 7, 2018

This Teacher Just Made History by Becoming Connecticut’s First Black Woman Elected to Congress

From the moment I first heard Jahana Hayes speak, I knew that she was special. Riding back from a track meet, I came across her…

By Kelisa Wing

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Posted Nov. 7, 2018

Education Is a Necessity and We Should Fund It Like It’s One

Letting parents choose the school or schooling that best fits their child shouldn’t be so controversial. We don’t question the right of people to choose…

By Colleen Hroncich

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Posted Nov. 7, 2018

No Matter What Anyone Says, the Money Ought to Follow the Kid Regardless of What Kind of Public School They Choose

I am punching above my weight. I am no education policy wonk, nor am I a mover or shaker in America’s larger educational conversation. But…

By Zachary Wright 

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