Here is a list of media coverage the 54 PIE Award honorees have received throughout Massachusetts.
These are the 54 AP teachers from across Massachusetts who will be honored at the 4th annual Partners in Excellence (PIE) Award Celebration on April 5.
Qualifying Advanced Placement scores at Holyoke High have more than doubled since 2013.
With members of the color guard and the marching band on stage Tuesday morning in B.M.C. Durfee High School’s Nagle Auditorium, it would have been easy to mistake their presence as being part of a pep rally for one of the school’s fall sports teams.
Students taking Advanced Placement courses at Nashoba Valley Technical High School now have a statewide nonprofit agency in their corner.
Advanced Placement students at Nashoba Valley Technical High School will have the assistance of a nonprofit agency beginning this year to help them succeed in the high-level courses.
In celebration of nearly doubling qualifying results of three or higher in AP exams in five years, South High School will be throwing an academic rally on Thursday morning.
Wareham High School’s veteran and novice Advanced Placement (AP) students started their academic year with a bang, during the AP Kickoff at the school’s auditorium.
Local education to prepare for the future was the focus of an academic pep rally held at Seekonk High School Wednesday.
Students at Boston’s New Mission High School are celebrating a new school year with an academic rally to focus on Mass Insight Education’s AP Stem and English program.