Massachusetts Charter Cap

Posted Nov. 4, 2016

An Open Letter to My Fellow Massachusetts Voters on Question 2

Education Post does not take a stance on electoral issues, but seeks to amplify the voices of those who support high-quality public school choices. Bloggers’…

By Shane Dunn

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Posted Nov. 4, 2016

Three Things to Consider About Charter Schools and the Fight to Lift the Cap in Massachusetts

Education Post does not take a stance on electoral issues, but seeks to amplify the voices of those who support high-quality public school choices. Bloggers’…

By David M. Prentiss

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Posted Oct. 3, 2016

Vote ‘Yes’ for Better Educational Opportunities in Massachusetts

A volatile political issue in Massachusetts is the Nov. 8 election Question 2 on the ballot that permits the expansion of charter schools to 12…

By Melvin Miller

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Posted July 21, 2016

Here’s What You Need to Know About the Charter School Cap in Massachusetts

Richard Whitmire in The 74 considers “a relatively simple question that will appear on the Massachusetts ballot in November: Should the state lift the cap…

By Laura Waters

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Posted July 21, 2016

All Over the Cap: The Fight for the Future of Massachusetts’ Charter Schools

In early October technicians working the master controls at local TV stations across Massachusetts will unleash a torrent of education issue ads—the first shots fired…

By Richard Whitmire

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Posted June 21, 2016

To All My Democrats, Here’s Why We Should Support Charter Schools

“Charter schools? Democrats don’t support those.” It was a small group of anti-charter organizers who were saying it—and in truth, that was one of the…

By Keri Rodrigues

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Posted May 3, 2016

Why You Should Care About a Charter School Cap in Massachusetts

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has always been the cradle of innovation and success for American public schools. The country’s first public schools were in the…

By Justin Cohen

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Posted Sep. 18, 2020

Black Excellence Does Exist and It Lives in Our Kids

I’m guilty of saying Black boys and girls are failing in school—a good chunk of us are. Going forward, I’m committing to correcting that language…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Sep. 17, 2020

Yes, White Teachers Still Need to Be Ready to Talk to Students About Race

“What’s the difference between a killing and a lynching?” The question popped up on my phone through the Google Hangouts app I installed in March.…

By Desiree Mitchel

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Posted Sep. 15, 2020

Kids Need to Write More. A Lot More.

Growing up with teachers for parents, my siblings and I were taught that writing is an indispensable skill. We attended rigorous schools and enrichment programs…

By Aigner Picou

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