New Report Recommends Comprehensive Plan for District’s High Schools to Better Serve Off-Track Youth
The Boston Public Schools (BPS) needs to make bold, systemic changes to the district’s high school policies and practices in order to address recommendations in a newly completed report the district commissioned that calls for a more holistic, integrated approach to prevent students from falling off track to graduate and help them recover when they do.
Today, the Boston Public Schools (BPS) and Boston Bruins organization hosted an event at the James F. Condon K-8 School to celebrate their new partnership, stemming from the Bruins’ generous donation to the district to further support the fitness and physical education of city youth.
The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has announced that Charlestown High School was awarded more than $136,000 to support college and career pathways in conjunction with Bunker Hill Community College.
Two students from Madison Park Technical Vocational High School will travel to Washington, D.C., next month to participate in the national Cooking up Change Challenge after winning the Boston competition on Wednesday, May 16. It’s the second year in a row students from Madison Park have won the local contest.