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New Jersey topped WalletHub’s "Best and Worst School Systems" list.
Funding for this year’s BioTeach cohort comes from a $250,000 grant awarded through the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center STEM Equipment and Supplies Grant Program.
A new report by Boston Business Journal ranks school districts by teacher salary.
Funds will help defray expenses associated with these events.
The school budget includes many new initiatives.
The publication’s rankings included the top 63 high schools in Massachusetts.
The following is from the Arlington Public Schools.
The project was part of the Teaming Up Against Hunger Campaign.
City officials will seek the public's input.
The architectural firm will review whether the city should build an addition or renovate the two schools or whether Woburn should build a new school.
The event includes the public judging doors that were decorated by staff.
Change is Simple, Inc., an environmental nonprofit, is giving environmental science lessons to Woburn elementary schools.
The event will be held on Wednesday, March 12 at the Joyce Middle School.
Woburn’s policy says that children will not be refused a meal if they owe money, but will also not be able to choose from the full menu.