After two years of planning work, school teams share what they have learned about redesigning high schools to better leverage community assets.
Barr announces RFP for New England communities to build a “portrait of a graduate” – a collective vision of high school graduates who are prepared for post-secondary success.
Building on the successful “Valedictorians Project,” a broadened journalistic effort aims to increase quantity and quality of coverage and public discussions about Boston’s public schools.
New report examines challenges and opportunities for ensuring every school has an effective principal.
Ali Gross to join team focused on new school development and school redesigns that put success within reach of all students.
To understand opportunities and challenges in schools and communities, perspectives from students, parents, teachers, and principals are essential.
Springpoint, a key partner in Barr’s Engage New England Initiative, reflects on three obstacles and three solutions for schools that want to more effectively use data to understand their students, and to design schools that are tailored to those needs, and that continuously adapt and improve.
Explore key insights and a recording from a webinar led by a recent college graduate of an innovative school, a local educator, and leaders of national nonprofits.
Recent reports fuel efforts to link all students in Massachusetts to success in college, career, and life.
Angela Duffy of Springpoint shares lessons learned and resources from Mastery Week, an online collaboration and sharing event for educators.