Monday, December 01, 2008

Boston schools making headlines

Students and educators from many Boston Public Schools have been featured in the media recently. Here is just a sample of BPS in the news:

The Trotter Elementary School's "Dads Club" was featured on page one of yesterday's Boston Sunday Globe.

The Boston Herald celebrated the undefeated O'Bryant School of Math and Science football team (pictured here: Coach Kevin Gadson and players). See results from other Thanksgiving Day games.

A Boston Globe editorial highlights dual enrollment at The Engineering School.

Read about the Dorchester Education Complex football team in the Dorchester Reporter.

The "Technology Goes Home @ School" program at the Frederick Middle School was featured on Channel 7's Parent to Parent segment.

Stories about Steven Berbeco's Arabic language class at Charlestown High School have aired on Channel 5 and on Emily Rooney's "Greater Boston" (WGBH).

The Harvard Education Letter describes Boston's work to expand pre-school programs.

The West Roxbury Transcript reports on the new K-8 program for the Ohrenberger and Beethoven Schools.

The Bulletin Newspapers highlight Boston's newest pilot schools.

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