David Chase urges that readers cast a skeptical eye on this set of proposals for improving what David calls “our actually-not-that-bad educational system”.
Comments from two constituents, Chris DeLorey and Anthony Kelly, illustrate opposing sides of the issue of lifting the enrollment cap from Massachusetts charter schools.
The controversy about the cap on charter schools is heating up again. An email that is representative of those I have been receiving appears further below. I’m waiting to see what comes out of the Education Committee — the devil is in the details — but here are a few thoughts about where I am […]
Senator Brownsberger, I would like to understand more about your thoughts on charter schools. A bill to lift the cap on enrollment in charter schools for students in the lowest 10% of districts in the state will be debated next week. It is my understanding that this legislation would make it easier for more charter […]
Early Thursday evening the House completed final approval of the Education Reform bill. It is “on the Governor’s Desk” and a signing is scheduled for Monday morning at 11AM at the Children’s Museum, 300 Congress St., Boston.
The House moved forward a version of the education reform bill last night. There is plenty of coverage of the issue in the newspapers, but here is a perspective from the floor.