The city of Boston will give its workforce one more week to get vaccinated against COVID-19 before … Read more about More than 94 percent of Boston city workers vaccinated, as Mayor Wu extends deadline for showing proof of COVID vaccine
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.
Plan to revamp school was not the right idea Re “In Charlestown, the seed for a new kind of … Read more about Charlestown High has set a pathway to college
Days before Boston authorities are set to start disciplining unvaccinated municipal workers, … Read more about Firefighters union pushes back against vaccination mandate for Boston’s workforce even as vast majority of members comply
A Mary E. Curley School teacher was one of several Boston Public School teachers awarded as … Read more about Curley School Teacher Receives Educator of the Year Award
Scores of Boston Public School students walked out Friday in a call for a temporary return to remote … Read more about ‘No Teachers, No Plan’: BPS Students Walk Out in Call for Remote Learning
Every morning before school, Lauren O’Malley-Singh’s heart races as she straps on an N95 mask. “I … Read more about Forced to improvise COVID policies, school nurses are reaching a ‘breaking point’
This week, teachers across Massachusetts received rapid COVID tests and maskscourtesy of the state. … Read more about It’s been a long, arduous week for Mass. teachers. Why won’t our state leaders apologize?
Massachusetts schools are reporting staggering numbers of new COVID cases among students and staff … Read more about Mass. schools return to class with highest COVID cases this academic year; state reports 38,887 new coronavirus cases among students and 12,213 among staff
After roughly 1,200 teachers and staff members called out on Tuesday and nearly as many sick on … Read more about Superintendent Steps Into Class With Boston Public School Teachers Out Sick