There are now three candidates for the Boston City Council District 6 after lifelong resident Kelly … Read more about Lifelong Bostonian Kelly Ransom Announces District 6 City Council Candidacy
BTU In The News
BTU leaders and members are vocal advocates in the media for issues we believe in, and the stories below feature their voices. For a more general overview of recent education news, check out our Media Watch section.
The state’s $5.55 billion annual pension bill could climb if fed-up teachers opt for early … Read more about $5.55B Massachusetts pension could grow if fed-up teachers retire early
Despite high ongoing COVID-19 infection rates across the city, Boston Public Schools and other … Read more about After a year of struggle, Boston teachers prepare for return to school
At 3 p.m. on Saturday outside the State House, East Boston resident Abdi Mohamed Warsame Dirie will … Read more about Eastie Parents to Join State House Rally Saturday
If anyone knows how much work it takes to bring students back to school in a pandemic, it's … Read more about Back To School In Spring: Preparing Buildings To Reopen Safely In Mass.
BOSTON (WHDH) - The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has granted … Read more about State gives Boston, Worcester permission to delay return to full in-person learning
BOSTON — Students will not be returning to class full time on Monday, April 5, but three weeks later … Read more about Boston granted permission to delay in-person learning
Boston Public Schools will reopen for full-time, in-person learning for students in kindergarten … Read more about Boston schools to fully reopen in person for grades K-8 on April 26
Marking a new day in Boston as the first woman and first Black resident to become mayor, Kim Janey … Read more about Janey, acting mayor, charts course for ‘more equitable city’