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Past articles by Bianca:

What To Expect On Boston's First Day Of School

It's new Superintendent Brenda Cassellius' first school year on the job. → Read More

Seth Moulton Vows To Stay In Presidential Race

Moulton failed to qualify for the first two Democratic presidential candidate debates in June and July, but has vowed to stay in the race. → Read More

Brenda Cassellius Tapped For Next Boston Superintendent

The Boston School Committee Wednesday night selected Brenda Cassellius to be the next superintendent of the city’s schools. → Read More

Analysis: Boston Superintendent Finalists Offer Different Approaches To Improving Schools

School committee members will choose from three candidates who offered different experiences, visions for the job and temperaments, from a candid, no-nonsense educator to more conciliatory and flexible policymakers. → Read More

What Skills Would Each Finalist Bring As Boston's Superintendent?

A state policy maker, a tech crusader and a Massachusetts insider vie for Boston's top school job. → Read More

How To Get English Learners Talking? Teach Them Math

James B. Congdon Elementary School in New Bedford has made noted progress with English Language Learners through emphasizing math and science. → Read More

How Much Should Massachusetts Pay To Close Gaps Between Rich and Poor Students?

Three different bills scheduled for a legislative hearing Friday differ on the funding prescribed for districts that educate large numbers of low-income students. → Read More

How Massachusetts Pays For Its Schools

Here's a primer on Massachusetts' "foundation budget," which sets minimum spending rules on education, but no maximum. → Read More

Amid Protests, Boston To Close Two High Schools in West Roxbury

BPS says it can't find space to keep displaced students together. → Read More

'Another Fight': For Students With Autism, School Closure Could Force Unwanted Change

Urban Science Academy is the first school where 14-year-old Joshua Venter has had friends. His father is fighting to prevent its closing. → Read More

Boston's Mayor Walsh Loses Education Chief

Rahn Dorsey Steps Down From City Hall Education Job → Read More

In This School, Computer Whizzes Don't Have to Teach Themselves

Burlington High School teaches students to create technology, not just use it. → Read More

Education According to Marty Walsh

Boston's mayor sees $1 billion building plan as an opportunity to consolidate Boston schools. → Read More