A newly launched commission will help Boston Public Schools allocate nearly $400 million in federal … Read more about How should Boston Public Schools spend $400 million in federal funds? The district launched a commission to figure it out
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 NATIONAL NAACP is investigating allegations of financial impropriety involving the president of … Read more about NAACP probes allegations of financial misconduct by regional official
Kim Janey was sworn in as acting mayor of Boston on March 24. She is also one of eight candidates … Read more about What Can An Acting Mayor Act On, Anyway?
BOSTON — Boston Public Schools is looking to make remote-learning a permanent option for students in … Read more about BPS exploring full-time ‘virtual school’ option for 2021-22
A special Zoom presentation in celebration of National Poetry Month! Poet Jim Kelleher will … Read more about Poetry Then & Now: A Zoom Presentation by Poet Jim Kelleher
Boston Public Schools expect to receive nearly $400 million in federal Elementary and Secondary … Read more about Boston Public Schools launches relief funds commission
Boston Public Schools will receive nearly $400 million in federal relief funding and Superintendent … Read more about Boston Public Schools to receive $400M in federal funding, new commission to help allocate
The Boston Public Schools took a major step toward a return to normalcy Monday, as scores of … Read more about ‘A new first day’: Thousands of Boston students return to full-time, in-person learning for first time since March 2020
BOSTON — By most accounts, the redistricting process 10 years ago was a huge success. The district … Read more about Lawmakers wade into redistricting without key data