For centuries, dead white men have dominated high school English classes. Syllabi and summer … Read more about How teachers are bringing lessons from the racial justice uprisings into the classroom
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.
Read the article in the Boston Globe … Read more about Restart likely rough for city schools
Boston Public Schools have a new policy around sharing student information with the Boston Police … Read more about BPS Has A New Policy Governing Student Information Sharing. Some Educators Say It Doesn’t Go Far Enough
With a stakeholders agreement on safety measures in place, the Boston public schools will reopen for … Read more about With agreement set on safety measures, BPS preps for opening
Many Boston Public Schools athletes won’t get to play sports until February 2021, BPS officials … Read more about Most Boston Public Schools athletics postponed until 2021, except golf and cross country
Even before the pandemic erupted last spring, Boston’s aging schools faced a backlog of repairs and … Read more about Boston’s School Buildings Are Old. Can They Handle A Pandemic?
The week before school starts is usually a joyous, if frantic, time of year for Boston teacher Katie … Read more about THE GREAT DIVIDE Teachers at high risk for coronavirus still don’t know whether they’ll be allowed to work remotely
As many schools begin opening this week, parents around the state are confronting a decision that … Read more about Should you send your child back to school? The expert consensus leans toward ‘yes,’ with caveats
BOSTON — Rain or shine, close to 100 parents, children and teachers rallied in front of the Bolling … Read more about Roxbury parents, teachers and students rally to bring special needs children back into the classroom