Joshua Goodman from the Harvard Kennedy School release a paper analyzing what happens when Massachusetts schools do – or do not- close for snow. He
MTA Note: At this time, MTA has not taken a position for or against the use of alternative instructional strategies in case of inclement weather school
Commissioner to Recommend Two New Charter Schools and 1,500+ New Seats in Existing Charters Board of Elementary and Secondary Education to vote February 23 MALDEN
Massachusetts is a member of the WIDA consortium. Educators can create a free profile on the WIDA page and have access to a variety of
The Massachusetts Teachers Association presented an overview of the Every Student Succeeds Act, the 2015 re-authorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. ESSA replaces the
FED LAW COULD PROMPT MASS. TO RETHINK EDUCATION APPROACHES [+VIDEO] By Katie Lannan STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, FEB. 10, 2016…..A new federal
News from Commissioner Mitchell Chester & the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Commissioner’s Weekly Update – February 5, 2016 ACCESS for ELLs 2.0
Link to the Commisioner’s Update archives and sign up information.
The United States Department of Education (ED) is updating a new section of their website on the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). To learn more
Typically DESE posts updated student data for the current school year in January. The following updated data have been posted in the past few weeks:
CEPP publishes professional practice briefs, research reports and policy guides for educators in Massachusetts. Read more about our work here.
February 1 Update on VISTA Survey by MTA CEPP. Includes links.
Links to MTA Member news publications.