Mass Math + Science Initiative News

  • New BPS superintendent Tommy Chang should be bold

    Boston Mayor Martin Walsh’s inauguration was 18 months ago, but the Walsh era in Boston Public Schools truly began this week with Dr. Tommy Chang’s first day as superintendent. As we stand on the threshold of this new period, it is time to put aside old ways in BPS and find the courage necessary to seek the profound changes our students deserve.

  • Cowan, Contompasis: Ed reform's next challenge

    It is mortarboard season, the annual procession that unleashes a great wave of college graduates into what we like to call the real world. Massachusetts colleges and universities will graduate tens of thousands of graduates this spring –

  • Mass Insight Announces Partners in Excellence Award Recipients

    Mass Insight Education is pleased to announce that thirty-three AP teachers and two principals from across the state have been selected as Partners in Excellence Award winners for their outstanding ...

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School Turnaround Group News

  • “Unprecedented and historic improvement” in Evansville, IN

    One of our partner schools in the Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation’s (EVSC) Transformation Zone has seen “unprecedented and historic improvement,” based on the district’s overall increase from five to 15 schools receiving an “A” letter grade, which district-wide is a 300 percent improvement since 2012.

  • Indiana's Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation (EVSC) partners with Mass Insight and avoids state takeover

    Mass Insight has partnered with Indiana's Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation (EVSC) to provide organizational strategies, which has helped the district avoid state takeover of one of it chronically underperforming K-8 schools.

  • Extended Learning at Saturday Study Sessions

    Five days of school a week is enough for most teenagers, but no one told that to the more than 100 Jefferson Parish high school students who started streaming into the district’s central office building at 8 a.m. on a recent Saturday.

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