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    BOSTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS UNVEILS TRANSFORMATIVE, STUDENT-FOCUSED BUDGET

    Superintendent Mary Skipper presented the student-focused, innovative FY2025 Boston Public Schools (BPS) budget before the Boston School Committee. The $1.5 billion proposal combines new initiatives and deeper investments to transform all BPS schools to support inclusive education opportunities, emphasize a team-based teaching approach, and shift the BPS physical footprint to better support the High-Quality Student Experience, which includes prioritizing rigorous academics, social-emotional supports for students, Early College and Career Pathways for Secondary students, Community Hub schools, and extracurricular activities.

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    MAYOR WU ANNOUNCES BOSTON’S NEW YOUTH POET LAUREATE

    Mayor Michelle Wu and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture, in collaboration with the Boston Public Library, 826 Boston, GrubStreet, Fine Arts Work Center, Mass Poetry, and Urban Word, announced Parker-Vincent Alva has been named the City of Boston’s next Youth Poet Laureate.

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    MAYOR WU AND MAJOR CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS OF BOSTON LAUNCH BPS SUNDAYS AT SIX SITES ACROSS BOSTON

    Following her announcement at the 2024 State of the City Address, Mayor Michelle Wu launched BPS Sundays, a new partnership between the City of Boston and cultural institutions to give Boston Public Schools students and their families free access to these institutions. The program builds on existing access programs at each institution, while creating a common free access experience coordinated by the City.

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    MAYOR MICHELLE WU, BOSTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS, MASS GENERAL BRIGHAM, AND BLOOMBERG PHILANTHROPIES ANNOUNCE GROUNDBREAKING PARTNERSHIP TO TRANSFORM AND EXPAND THE EDWARD M. KENNEDY ACADEMY INTO CUTTING-EDGE

    Building on the City of Boston's commitment to early college and career-connected learning for every student, Mayor Michelle Wu today joined Superintendent Mary Skipper, Edward M. Kennedy Academy of Health Careers (EMK) School Leader Dr. Caren Walker Gregory, Mass General Brigham (MGB) President and CEO Dr. Anne Klibanski, and leaders from Bloomberg Philanthropies at Massachusetts General Hospital to announce a new partnership between the Boston Public Schools and Mass General Brigham that will expand and transform the EMK, the City's health career-focused public high school, into a national model of career-connected learning.

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