Our kids are counting on us to do the right thing when it comes to closing opportunity gaps and restoring the quality education we promised every child in Massachusetts. It is past time to implement a sensible, effective plan to fix our broken education funding system.
This morning, I joined with hundreds of students, parents, educators, mayors, civil rights advocates, technology leaders, and a few Patriots players in Gardner Auditorium to speak in support the Education PROMISE Act.
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State Sen. Sonia Chang-Diaz, D-Suffolk, and Atyia Martin, former chief resiliency officer for Boston, joined Jim Braude to talk about the key takeaways from the COVID Oversight Hearing.
A senior-level director in charge of COVID-19 vaccination equity and an allocation of $10 million to community organizations for outreach and engagement in communities of color are part of a list of five demands outlined Wednesday by a new coalition seeking to address what they say are serious racial injustices in the state's vaccine distribution plan.