Bill is supported by the Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts.
Carol Johnson has been the superintendent of Boston Schools for six years.
Superintendent Carol R. Johnson sent out a letter to staff and student families on Tuesday.
The Catholic college threatened to crack down on condom-dispensing students. Is the school right to defend its beliefs or is it stifling student rights?
One nearby school district thinks so.
The early-morning snow will make for a tough commute, prompting the school department decision.
The city will buy a building at 585 Commercial St. The building will become the fifth school in an area that encompasses the North End, the South End and Chinatown.
The new program will use a computer-generated list of six schools for parents to choose from based on a variety of factors.
It snowed throughout the night making roads slick and dangerous, and many bus stops and sidewalks are still covered.
Unfortunately, equity access to seats in quality schools will not fix the underlying issue which is that there are few quality schools overall.
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