DeLeo said, “Many times you will see some superintendents or folks in the school system complaining about the amount of money we give to spe…
22News asked Gov. Baker whether more can be done to get thousands of Mass. children into state-funded early education programs.
People with disabilities gathered to push for better services. 22News explains how the disabled will be impacted by the Governor’s budget pr…
Baker says he would no longer have control over the backfilling of jobs vacated by early retirees.
Lawyers say they plan a challenge to the state’s cap on charter schools, which they say denies students the right to a quality education.
“Was it inspiring? Was it scary?” 22News asked. “Everything that you could come up with,” Rep. Swan responded.
Supporters of the legislation say many women stay in abusive relationships because they’re worried about what might happen to their pets.
Baker’s brother, Alex, is gay and married his partner. Seeing their relationship, Baker came to believe “it’s a great thing for society.”
Massachusetts is a prime location to shoot movies because of its rich history and generous tax breaks, but that could soon change.
The new chair of the state’s board of education has a big decision to make in terms of the future of standardized tests in Massachusetts.
The bulk of the savings come from”cash management,” a budgeting technique partly inherited from the Patrick administration that will push of…