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New superintendent will face old problems
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New superintendent will face old problems
In the coming weeks, officials in the Wu administration and education activists will likely articulate the qualities they would like to see in the next BPS superintendent.
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Why is there a BPS intervention  in three high schools?
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Why is there a BPS intervention in three high schools?
In January, Boston Public Schools Superintendent Brenda Cassellius announced interventions in three high schools where lower-than-average standardized test scores and graduation rates could trigger state takeovers of the schools.
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Schools facing bus driver shortage
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Schools facing bus driver shortage
Boston Public Schools (BPS) Superintendent Brenda Cassellius announced in a press conference at City Hall Thursday that the district is facing staffing shortages ahead of the start of the 2021-22 school year.
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Advocates press BPS on use of federal funds
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Advocates press BPS on use of federal funds
At the end of last month, Boston Public Schools submitted to the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education its projected spending of $123 million in federal funds from COVID-19 relief packages for the 2021-22 school year.
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BCLA students meet with Cassellius, receive no guarantees
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BCLA students meet with Cassellius, receive no guarantees
Angered at what they say is the Boston Public Schools’ refusal to honor a promise to provide them a new building, students from Boston Community Leadership Academy met last week with Superintendent Brenda Cassellius in an attempt to obtain a guarantee they would not be moved from their existing building.
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