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A change of course for K-12 education?
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A change of course for K-12 education?
When Governor-elect Maura Healey’s transition team announced in December the appointment of Lynn Schools Superintendent Patrick Tutwiler as the state’s new education secretary, the move signaled to some a break from trends that have dominated education policy for much of the last 30 years.
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Will Healey’s diverse transition team translate into an inclusive administration?
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Will Healey’s diverse transition team translate into an inclusive administration?
As Governor-elect Maura Healey begins assembling a new administration, activists in the Black and Latino community can think of one area where they’d like to see a change: diversity at the top.
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What’s possible under Healey administration?
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What’s possible under Healey administration?
With a new gubernatorial administration comes the promise of new priorities for state government, and with the passage of the so-called millionaires tax, the promise of funding to make things happen.
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Healey, Campbell make history with wins
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Healey, Campbell make history with wins
While partisans across the country anxiously awaited the results of Tuesday's elections, Massachusetts Democrats were celebrating a decisive, historic win for their party Tuesday night.
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Healey, Campbell rally for questions 1 and 4
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Healey, Campbell rally for questions 1 and 4
As election day draws closer, candidates are throwing their political weight behind ballot questions that will impact voters across the state.
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Campbell, Healey campaign in Roxbury
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Campbell, Healey campaign in Roxbury
Facing a Democratic opponent who has folded her campaign and two conservative Republicans, one of whom is backed by former President Donald Trump, Attorney General Maura Healey is widely seen as the likely winner in the Nov. 8 election for governor. Yet, on one of the hottest days of the year, Healey was stumping on Blue Hill Avenue with Andrea Campbell, who is in a three-way race for the soon-to-be vacated attorney general seat.
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Thousands demonstrate for abortion rights on Common
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Thousands demonstrate for abortion rights on Common
Thousands of protestors gathered at the Boston Common Saturday afternoon as part of a nationwide wave of demonstrations against efforts underway to restrict abortion rights.
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Healey talks business in tour of Nubian Sq. area
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Healey talks business in tour of Nubian Sq. area
Attorney General Maura Healey, a candidate for governor, toured Nubian Square last week, speaking to business owners about the challenges they have faced as the city bounces back from pandemic closures.
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Brockton residents press Healey for state aid
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Brockton residents press Healey for state aid
Attorney General Maura Healey, who is running for governor, met with Brockton-area residents at the Cape Verdean Association of Brockton, Monday.
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Baker announces he won't run for reelection
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Baker announces he won't run for reelection
Governor Charlie Baker announced today that he will not be seeking a third term, guaranteeing new leadership for the commonwealth in 2022.
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