Boston Globe: “The credit-rating agency Moody’s Investors Service is warning Boston and three other Massachusetts cities that passage of a ballot measure to expand charter schools could weaken the municipalities’ financial standing and ultimately threaten their bond ratings.”
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Members of the AEA joined Senator Warren, Attorney General Healey, State Senator Barbara L’Italien, and MTA Vice President Erik Champy at a rally in Lawrence on Monday, October 24th. Thanks to Brian Shea, Fred Hopkins, Jen Meagher, Kathy Meltsakos, Tom Myers, and Kerry Costello for attending this event!
Voting NO on #2 would prevent Massachusetts from lifting the current cap on charter schools in the state, and allow for the addition of 12 additional charters every year. What does that mean, you might ask? Loss of local control over public schools–the people lose power! Charters do not have oversight from parents or school […]