“Reopening America’s 98,000 public school buildings doesn’t happen with an all-caps tweet or an … Read more about Biden Set a Goal of Returning Students to Classrooms in 100 Days, But It’s Not the President (Nor Any Governor or Mayor) Who Holds the Real Power to Reopen Schools
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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.
Randi Weingarten, the nation’s most powerful teachers’ union president, has a message: She wants to … Read more about The Union Leader Who Says She Can Get Teachers Back in Schools
It was only a year ago that thousands stood outside the state Capitol to express opposition to … Read more about Editorial Roundup: MASSACHUSETTS: Walsh’s departure leaves beleaguered schools still in the lurch
The idea makes sense, so much so that at least two governors, a national union leader and President … Read more about Summer School Is a Hot Idea Right Now. Could It Work?
In-person learning using strictly enforced mitigation strategies can be done safely, according to … Read more about In-person school can be done safely says new CDC guidance, not a driver of coronavirus spread
Mayor Marty Walsh on Monday announced that effective December 16, Boston will be rolling back to a … Read more about Why Biden nominee Miguel Cardona should make sure facial recognition stays out of schools
It has taken a deadly virus to shine a light on Boston’s poor school conditions It wasn’t until … Read more about Healthy schools: a challenge normally, and a problem now
A total of 949 staff and students in Massachusetts schools have tested positive for the coronavirus … Read more about Massachusetts reports 949 new coronavirus cases in schools ahead of Christmas
As the experimental fall semester hits winter break, leaders, educators, and families continue to … Read more about Parents, teachers, state officials reflect on education in pandemic