Reforming Boston Schools — April 15, 2010

Joseph M. Cronin, George Greenidge, Handicap Accessible Assistive Listening Devices
Claudio Martinez, and Jean McGuire
with Tessil Collins

Joseph M. Cronin

Joseph M. Cronin

Claudio Martinez

Claudio Martinez


Jean McGuire

Tessil Collins

Tessil Collins

Reforming Boston Schools:

Race, History, and the Future of Our Public School System

Joseph M. Cronin, former Massachusetts Secretary of Education; George Greenidge, Executive Director of National Black College Alliance; Claudio Martinez, Executive Director of the Hyde Square Task Force; and Jean McGuire, Executive Director of METCO, join moderator Tessil Collins, senior coordinator for the Boston Public Schools, to reflect on the Boston Public Schools’ challenges of previous decades, as well as the hurdles ahead in developing a stronger education system for our city.

Thursday, April 15, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.spacer_whiteLogo - Old South
Old South Meeting House

Presented in collaboration with the Old South Meeting House

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2 Responses to “Reforming Boston Schools — April 15, 2010”
  1. actually public schools can also give great education to your kids, it is also as good as most private schools ”

  2. Floor Lamp says:

    the public schools on our district can really give some good education to young kids. they have high standards ‘.`

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