Good morning. We hope you had a restful week and a wonderful Patriots Day. Two weeks ago we … Read more about 21 Teachers Back to Their Proper School
eBulletin archives for April 2015
There are outrages and there are outrages. What has happened in Atlanta with the jailing of … Read more about The Outrage in Atlanta is Not the Cheating, but the Punishment. What About our ‘Leaders’ Who Encourage Cheating?
An article in the New York Times last week gives comfort to those of us who oppose the growth of … Read more about Teachers’ Unions Fight Standardized Testing — and Find Diverse Allies
Sanca while at O'Bryant. Photo by Jose Ortega, OB Coach. BPS graduate Ruben Sanca, 28, … Read more about Good News Department: O’Bryant Graduate Finishes 24th at Marathon; BTU Member on Team Wins First Place in Hackathon
The preliminary BTU election will be held at the BTU onWednesday, May 6 from 9 AM to 6 PM. The … Read more about BTU Election Update
There is one budget item at the House where our voice and advocacy will make a difference. An email … Read more about The House has Released its Proposed State Budget and We Need Your Help TODAY!
On Saturday, May 2 from 10 AM to 2 PM, the BTU will host an event organized by the city. The Boston … Read more about House Expo 2015: Everything You Need to Know About Home Buying and Home Owning
Inclusion Committee Tuesday, April 28 from 4:30-6:30. Email to RSVP. Less Testing, More … Read more about Upcoming Organizing Committee Meetings
Please join us on Wednesday, May 6 at 7 PM to hear Jonathan Kozol speak on "Race, Poverty and the … Read more about Jonathan Kozol Will Speak in Cambridge on May 6