Cambridge superintendent will get settlement from town of Sharon over discrimination filing
Student walkout around sexual assault concerns shows persistence of problem since 2016 protest
Thursday, December 2, 2021
Nearly one-quarter of the city’s high schoolers walked out of classes Tuesday to bring attention to the impact of sexual assault and harassment on students, despite a similar walkout being held more than five years earlier leading to an “action plan” that got enthusiastic support in 2017.
Teen health survey arriving at charged moment reports ‘historic’ level of mental health struggle
Schools’ value as polling places could be a factor in union negotiations for the academic calendar
Students must soon show proof of vaccination for extracurriculars and sports, committee says
Schools reopen after 18 months of coronavirus, presenting questions for a new superintendent
District and unions unite on mandatory vaccines, but 35% of staffers didn’t respond to jabs survey
Fletcher Maynard and K-Lo endorsed to be first getting improvements after a $1M schools study
Suspension of two for mass MCAS resistance brings challenge by educators: Punish us also
Tuesday, June 15, 2021
Lines in the sand are being drawn in the district’s decision to suspend two teachers without pay for a day for declining to participate in administering the MCAS tests to students. A letter supporting the two educators signed by 189 educators was delivered to superintendent Kenneth Salim’s office.