The hearing will be livcestreamed on the legislature’s website on Wednesday, May 13 at 11:00 AM.
Today the Senate and House agreed on legislation to waive the MCAS test for students this spring. The legislation sits on the Governor’s desk for his approval.
This bill ensures that Massachusetts schools electing to provide their students with sex education use age-appropriate and medically accurate curriculum.
This bill would provide breakfast after, as oppose to before, the school day begins for qualifying schools.
The “healthy youth” bill that we just passed in the Senate requires that if a public school offers sex education, the curriculum should be age-appropriate, medically-accurate and comprehensive.
Belmont Town Meeting voted last week to reconfirm its previous decision to withdraw from the Minuteman Regional School district. Town Meeting members made the right decision.