Monthly Archives: December 2014

From Boston Business Journal

An analysis of Massachusetts property-tax rates, take two (BBJ DataCenter) ​​http://preview.tinyurl.com/lxfxeh3 Advertisements

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Center Seeks Applications from Mass School Districts for Program Providing In-district Analytical Support

Massachusetts In-district Data Analysis Support Program Seeks Massachusetts School Districts to Participate in Spring Semester Pilot Selected Districts Will Receive Technical Assistance for Starting or Expanding Data-informed Decision-making Efforts With funding from the Community Innovation Challenge Grant Program from the … Continue reading

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Bump: State Needs to Improve Charter School Data

http://www.mass.gov/auditor/news-and-updates/press-releases-2014/bump-state-needs-to-improve-charter-school-data.html

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Massachusetts Ranks in Middle for Taxes in FY 2012

MassBudget Information. Participation. Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center Democracy. Massachusetts Ranks in Middle for Taxes in FY 2012 Yesterday the US Census released its annual update on state and local finances. It compares how much is collected in taxes in … Continue reading

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Excerpts for the Board – 12.16.14

View as a webpage Tuesday, December 16, 2014 The outlook for the Massachusetts economy is strongly positive declares MassBenchmarks Editorial Board Improving national economy and falling gas prices cause for optimism according to leading regional economists There is considerable reason … Continue reading

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Charter Schools

http://www.northeastern.edu/law/pdfs/academics/phrge/charter-paper-2014.pdf

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This Week’s GCJ: Building a culture of educational excellence

The Gateway Cities Journal News and information for leaders who care about Gateway Cities Building a culture of educational excellence As we look forward to 2015, we’ve been reflecting on some of the takeaways from the past year. A lot … Continue reading

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