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Tracy O'Connell Novick 3m
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MASC-SchoolCommittee Jun 13
Here with parents from across Massachusetts for the Council of Fair School Finance press conference
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MASC-SchoolCommittee Jun 14
Replying to @MASCSchoolComm
related coverage:
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MASC-SchoolCommittee Jun 14
Parent lawsuit: education system violates rights
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Tracy O'Connell Novick Jun 14
Thread of coverage of the filing of the parent lawsuit backed by the Council of Fair School Finance starts here:
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Tracy O'Connell Novick Jun 14
I missed this one! School Principal Argues State’s Education Funding Process Is Dated
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Travis Jun 13
Chelsea, where 82% of students live in poverty or have a language barrier or disability, spent $13,857 per student in 2017. By contrast, only 25% students in Weston have those challenges, yet spent almost $10,000 more per student.
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Mass Teachers Assn Jun 13
“Equity is not equality. Equity is about closing the gap.” — Supt. Matt Malone
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Tracy O'Connell Novick Jun 13
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Scamwell Tarly Jun 13
Someone’s shitting the diaper right now because her legislation is getting railroaded. Not your fault Sonia. People just don’t have the faith in the MA General Court anymore.
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Jordana B. Harper Jun 11
Powerful Op-Ed by ! "Mass. should pay for foster kids’ education" Greenfield spends $984,000/ yr in costs for foster students. Auditor bump says "Legislators should make this change part of their educational funding bill."
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MASCpresident Jun 13
At the Council for Fair School Funding Press Conference. Joined by President-Elect Deb Davis and Division 5 Vice-Chair Laura Fallon.
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Bruce Kiernan Jun 11
Replying to @Kadzis @TracyNovick
This has direct implications for the current education funding proposals in Massachusetts. In particular, - the need to fully fund the low-income increment - the limits of "accountability" measures cc
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Tracy O'Connell Novick Jun 13
And here we go: "The lawsuit asks the court to declare that state officials have failed to ensure, under the state’s constitution, an education is funded adequately."
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Barbara Davis Jun 14
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Tracy O'Connell Novick Jun 13
Replying to @TracyNovick
the case, incidentally, will be "Mussotte et al v. Peyser et al" or probably Mussotte v. Peyser
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Tracy O'Connell Novick Jun 13
Replying to @TracyNovick
"this is not a local issue; this is a state issue" "to ignore the systemic issues is not who we want to be"
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Roberto A. Jiménez Rivera Jun 13
This lawsuit is the result of the Legislature continuing to fail its low-income communities and communities of color. It’s about time we update the funding formula!
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Tracy O'Connell Novick Jun 13
Livetweet/blog coming up from the school funding lawsuit
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Travis Jun 11
Replying to @skoczela
58/35 Support more state taxes to alleviate disparities in K-12 funding. 60/28 Believe K-12 schools are underfunded in Massachusetts.
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