10 organizations from across New England gain support to plan and implement new school models to advance greater success for all students.
EY-Parthenon analysis details challenges facing public high school students who fall off track, and recommends five components of integrated approach to ensure high-quality for all.
Senior Program Officer Kimberly Haskins reflects on nearly 20 years of work focused on improving outcomes for Massachusetts’ youngest learners.
New website profiles every school in Boston, giving parents easy access to the information they care about most.
Dr. Stephen Zrike, Receiver/Superintendent of Holyoke Public Schools, shares lessons from the high school design process that resulted in establishing a new vision for high school education in Holyoke.
Foundation issues request for proposals for a second cohort of teams to design schools focused on connecting students off track to graduate to success in high school and beyond.
Getting to know Kate Dobin who leads Barr’s Boston K-12 strategy for Education.
Connecting more students to success by blurring the lines between school, college, career, and community.
Kate Dobin to lead Foundation’s efforts focused on expanding access to K–12 quality in Boston.
Barr Announces First Cohort of Partners in $30-Million “Engage New England: Doing High School Differently” Initiative
Nine organizations from Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Maine receive planning grants to advance greater success for all students.