HOPKINTON — A 38-year-old education consultant, mother of four, and Navajo Nation citizen will replace Reverend David Stall on the Chariho school board. Hopkinton City Council voted 3-2 on Monday night to appoint endawnis Spears (Dine/ Ojibwe/ Chickasaw/ Choctaw) to replace Stall, who resigned from his seat after complaining aboutRead More →

LEWISTON — The five incumbents vying for re-election from the Lewiston School Board won their races on Tuesday, according to unofficial election results. At-Large and School Committee Chair Megan Parks was elected to a fourth term. Parks, who is the committee’s longest-serving representative, beat challenger Jason Lavoie with 4,656 votesRead More →

school committee the candidates are preparing for the municipal elections on November 2 election, with eight ballot seats. The ninth seat is automatically occupied by the mayor. While most candidates run without challengers, there are contested races for the seats in Wards 6 and 7. School committee candidates were askedRead More →

Now she’s on the school committee, making changes that she hopes will open the doors to more parents like her. “I thought defending my child’s school would make me vulnerable,” Polanco said in Spanish from his sunny kitchen in a south Boston public housing building. “But then I did. AndRead More →

During a public comment section at a regular school committee meeting on September 8, Donna Loiacano took the microphone and raised concerns about her two children wearing masks, according to a recording. video of the meeting. After raising the subject of mask-wearing, Loiacano abruptly pivoted to question McKenzie’s qualifications toRead More →

The school board at its Thursday night meeting unanimously approved student improvement plans for each of the five schools in the district. The common thread running through all the presentations was to emphasize social and emotional learning (SEL) with diversity and equity education. School improvement plans discussed Marathon School principalRead More →

Update: The Boston school board voted unanimously in favor of the superintendent’s recommended policy shortly after 10 p.m. Wednesday night. Starting next year, Boston exam schools will consider students’ socioeconomic backgrounds — alongside their academic performance — in all admissions decisions. Boston Public Schools superintendent opposes last-minute changes to proposedRead More →

FRAMINGHAM – After several months of effort led by students at Framingham Public School (FPS) in partnership with community partners, the Framingham School Committee has voted unanimously to rename Woodrow Wilson Primary School to Harmony Grove Elementary School – A Global Academy. The new name will be celebrated at theRead More →