“I trusted the organizations I supported to handle their fund-raising and disclosures appropriately,” said Sagan. Is that how he oversees charter schools too?
Thanks Mass Lawyers Committee for defending the rights of public school students and asserting that the financial well-being of district schools is critical to the education of ELL and students with special needs… and the vast majority of students in the city.
Interesting to read this House Bill (H2876) being proposed by Mayor Walsh and Reps. Peisch, Hunt and Carvalho, up in hearings tomorrow morning. It includes an “opt out lottery” for charter schools and a geographical restriction to the charter schools, if the schools wants it. Precursors to Unified Enrollment?
What the what?!? This again?
Journalist, professor and blogger Andrea Gabor continues digging into FES $$$ with the help of Boston education activist Peggy Wiesenberg.
More attempts by big $ to influence local politics. Supporters of Question 2 weighing in on the District 7 City Council race.
What are potential consequences of the FES Campaign Finance probe? Trends and groups to watch out for, including Mass Parents United.
Sure, Amos Hostetter of the Barr Foundation has been a charter supporter for a long time, but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t seeking influence with his donations.
Losing the game? Just change the rules. Charlie Baker with a new plan.
Deeper dive into the Families for Excellent Schools campaign finance corruption.