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November 4, 2021

EdVestors Congratulates Mayor-Elect Michelle Wu

Congratulations to Mayor-elect Michelle Wu on her historic election as Mayor of Boston. We at EdVestors are thrilled to have a champion of equity in education and a Boston Public School parent in the Mayor’s Office. In our work to advance education equity, we have worked with the full range of Boston Public School...

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November 3, 2021

James Otis Elementary School receives the Thomas W. Payzant School on the Move Prize

The November 3, 2021 East Boston Times article by John Lynds, “James Otis Elementary School receives the Thomas W. Payzant School on the Move Prize”, spotlights Otis Elementary School in East Boston as the 16th annual School on the Move Prize winner. From the article: “The entire BPS community is proud of the James Otis...

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November 3, 2021

East Boston school wins $100,000 prize for steady improvement

The October 27, 2021 Boston Globe article by James Vaznis, “East Boston school wins $100,000 prize for steady improvement”, spotlights the 16th annual School on the Move Prize Ceremony featuring the Otis Elementary School as SOM winner. From the article: The Otis serves 410 students, including about three quarters of whom are...

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October 27, 2021

EdVestors Awards $100,000 School on the Move Prize to the James Otis Elementary School in East Boston

EdVestors Awards $100,000 School on the Move Prize to the James Otis Elementary School in East Boston School praised for academic improvements, culture of collaboration and key partnerships that helped keep students engaged during the height of the pandemic (BOSTON) October 27, 2021 – EdVestors, a school improvement...

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October 8, 2021

19 Boston Education Organizations Call on Mayoral Candidates to Detail Plans for Education at Public Forum

Candidates Give No Airtime to #1 Issue Among Voters [Boston, October 8, 2021] https://www.actboston.org/education-forum-press-release/ We — the members of ACT Boston — call on our two mayoral finalists, City Councilors Michelle Wu and Annissa Essaibi-George, to engage in a live public discussion of their plans and...

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