East Somerville resident Tracey Leah Pratt is announcing her candidacy for Ward 1 School Committee. She is working on attaining the required 120 signatures from the East Somerville neighborhood before June 27.
Will MacArthur, a Harvard student, recent graduate of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School and candidate for School Committee, announced his senior staff today.
I know we do so much so well – and that we can do better. I will bring to the committee my skills and perspective as a former classroom teacher, a student of education policy and a communications and program management professional.
Cantabrigians should give their No. 1 vote for School Committee candidate Emily Dexter. She’s an experienced educator with high-level training from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, and was an active city public school parent for more than 15 years.
In some ways, there is a sense with this term’s members of the School Committee that as a group they are becoming more effective. But what change has this produced? Look here to find out, and for links to challenger and incumbent profiles for Nov. 3 voting.
A Cambridge resident for 14 years, Weinstein has been a classroom teacher in a range of public school settings and a scholar of education, and now works in […]
A School Committee member since 2008, Patty Nolan was born in Chicago, and raised there and Connecticut. Nolan attended Harvard University and the Yale School of Management and […]
Kathleen, a Mid-Cambridge resident for more than 20 years, has served one term on the School Committee. She earned a master’s degree in business administration from Simmons and […]
Elechi was born in Tanzania, East Africa. He came to Cambridge when he was 4 and got his entire elementary and high school education in the Cambridge Public […]
Harding is a lifelong Cantabrigian and Cambridge Rindge & Latin School graduate with a degree from Fitchburg State College. In addition to his work on the School Committee, […]