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  • Boston's Innovative Approach to Reconnecting High School Dropouts

    Emmanuel Allen, director of the Boston Public Schools Re-Engagement Center (REC), which works to support students who are off-track for high school graduation, authored a blog post about the REC's efforts for Education Week, titled, "Boston's Innovative Approach to Reconnecting High School Dropouts," which was posed on Tuesday, March 5.

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  • More Boston Public Schools Students Are Graduating High School Within Four Years

    On Thursday, February 28, state education officials released the Boston Public Schools’ (BPS) annual graduation rates for 2018, showing continued growth overall with 75.1 percent of high school students graduating within four years. This represents a 2.4 percentage point increase from the previous year, and a 17.2 percentage point increase since 2007 when the four-year graduation rate was 57.9 percent.

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  • Shaw Principal Osei-Bobie Wins Administrative Advocate Award

    The Massachusetts School Library Association (MSLA) has named Boston Public Schools’ (BPS) own, Pauline A. Shaw Elementary School Principal Akosua Osei-Bobie, as a recipient of the 2019 Administrative Advocate Award. This award honors those administrators who have made significant contributions to promote student learning through effective school library programs and services.

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  • Boston Public Schools Launches First-Ever 24/7 Respect Week

    On Monday, February 11, at an event in the library of Boston Latin Academy, the Boston Public Schools (BPS) launched its first-ever “24/7 Respect Week,” dedicated to teaching students the importance of staying safe and respectful with their peers in-person and online.

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