It has been my great honor to serve the youth of Boston and I am proud of the work we’ve done together over the last three years. On the Nation’s Report Card, in numerous areas, Boston has been one of only a handful of districts that have made progress. Gaps of achievement and opportunity have begun to close. That’s a credit to our teachers, principals, staff, and families — and I’m proud of it. But no one can or should be satisfied with where we stand, and with some crucial building blocks in place, the time will never be better for the next leader to take the helm.
Superintendent Chang Appoints New Leader to Oversee District’s Academics and Student Supports for Equity Team
Boston Public Schools (BPS) Superintendent Tommy Chang announced today that he has appointed Matt Montaño, the deputy cabinet secretary for Teaching and Learning at the New Mexico Public Education Department, as the district’s new deputy superintendent of Academics and Student Supports for Equity Team, known as ASSET.
The Boston Public Schools (BPS) is pleased to announce the winner of the district’s first-ever digital talent show, “BPS Got Talent.” The winning submission is a performance by the F.I.R.E. String Quartet from the Josiah Quincy Elementary School.
Boston Public Schools, Liberty Mutual Foundation Host 2nd Annual Youth Homelessness Prevention Forum
On Thursday, June 14, Boston Public Schools (BPS) and Liberty Mutual Insurance held the second-annual Youth Homelessness Prevention Forum to discuss how the district supports more than 3,000 students experiencing homelessness.