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MBTAAnalysis: A look inside the MBTA

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The MBTA shuttles over a million passengers a day around Greater…

The Clock is Ticking.......

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The clock is ticking towards December 30, 2017.  As part of…

Study: Financial Impact of Charter Schools Depends on Percentage of Funding Districts Receive from State

“Foundation” districts unaffected, but charter tuition may…

Expanding Voc-Tech Education & Equality of Opportunity

Vocational-Technical Education, Equality of Educational Opportunity…

State Scholarship Tax Credit Program Would Help Low-Income Students

Study Finds State Scholarship Tax Credit Program Would Provide…

Study: 5% Increase in Spending Could End Urban Charter School Waitlists in Failing Districts

Study: Urban Charter School Waitlists Could Be Nearly Eliminated…

HISTORY OF STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT SHOULD INFORM FUTURE POLICIES

A new Pioneer report calls on the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to focus on things it has demonstrated the ability to do well if it is to be as successful implementing the second wave of education reform as it was with the first.

POOR STUDENTS IN RURAL MASSACHUSETTS OUTPERFORM THEIR URBAN COUNTERPARTS AND ARE IMPROVING MORE RAPIDLY

New study finds that all students are scoring higher, but low-income rural students have improved more rapidly than low-income urban students.

Enrollment Trends in Massachusetts

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Author(s): Ken Ardon — Publication date: 2008-09-24 Category:…

Leaving Money on the Table: The 106 Pension Funds of Massachusetts

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Author: Ken Ardon The focus of this paper is the choice that…

Leaving Money on the Table: The 106 Pension Funds of Massachusetts

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Author: Ken Ardon The focus of this paper is the choice that…