In the News

In the News

TES June 16, 2017
Schools alone cannot level the playing field for disadvantaged students, the founder of the Harvard Education Redesign Lab tells Jessica Powell. What we need, he says, is more ‘connective tissue’ between health, social care, and education.
San Francisco Chronicle June 2, 2017
Just over a year ago, Darius Aikens was homeless, couch-surfing from one friend’s place to the next, while trying to keep up with his junior-year classes at Oakland High. It wasn’t easy, but he knew if he kept his grades up and graduated, college was not only possible, but guaranteed...
Salem News May 21, 2017
Another system-wide improvement noted under the plan is the City Connects program, a Boston-based program that would connect students in all of Salem’s elementary and middle schools with resources to help with non-academic issues, such as housing, counseling and other issues. The program is slated to begin next year, with...
HGSE News May 15, 2017
Inspired by the successful Harlem Children’s Zone model, the Promise Neighborhoods Institute at PolicyLink supports Promise Neighborhoods to wrap children in education, health, and social supports from cradle to career.
Brown Daily Herald April 11, 2017
Residents and educators of all backgrounds gathered to create a future vision for the city’s education system at the All In: Providence Education Moonshot Summit, April 8.
March 22, 2017
Mayor Jorge Elorza announced today that Providence's Summer of Learning initiative will continue with expanded summer learning opportunities for 2017. "In Providence, we're All In for education and that means that we have to take advantage of every opportunity our kids have to learn," said Mayor Jorge Elorza. "This commitment...
Salem News March 19, 2017
Education is about to get a little more personal in the city’s elementary and middle schools. School leaders are gearing up for City Connects, a student support program that uses local staff and teachers to track individual students’ needs. The program is expected to launch next school year, but it...
U.S. News & World Report February 27, 2017
A sunset cruise along Boston's Charles River unravels the story and strengths of this state which opened the first public park, the first colonial college and the first American subway. The spire of Harvard Memorial Church rises majestically near the columns of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on the Cambridge...
Nature Human Behaviour February 14, 2017
Education reform in the United States has stalled and persistent achievement gaps remain. The challenges of overcoming socioeconomic disadvantages cannot be ignored if we are to develop an education system that will prepare all students to be productive members of the twenty-first century.
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston January 17, 2017
Education reform, which has been vigorously promoted by business and government leaders over the last quarter century, has yielded some progress for America's students, but has failed to achieve the central goals of American public education: excellence and equity. Despite numerous initiatives and deep investments, we face a situation in...

Pages