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The Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education

Board Documents - April 2018

Regular Meeting

Board of Elementary and Secondary Education
DESE, 75 Pleasant Street, Malden, MA
Tuesday, April 24, 2018, 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Comments from the Chair
Comments from the Commissioner
Comments from the Secretary
Statements from the Public*

Meeting Minutes Download Word Document

Routine Business:

Approval of the Minutes of the March 26, 2018 Special Meeting and the March 27, 2018 Regular Meeting.

Agenda Items:

  1. John Kelly, Quincy High School Student: Civic Engagement — Presentation

  2. Cara Pekarcik, North Quincy High School, Quincy: Massachusetts Teacher of the Year, 2018 — Presentation

  3. Dan Adler, UP Academy Leonard Middle School, Lawrence: Milken Award Winner — Presentation

  4. Level 5 Schools: Third-Quarter FY2018 Reports and Update from UP Academy Holland, Boston, by Veronica ConformeDiscussion

  5. FY2019 Education Budget Proposal from House Ways & Means CommitteeDiscussion

  6. Charter School Contract Approval Delegations to Commissioner (UP Academy Boston, UP Academy Dorchester, and Collegiate Charter School of Lowell)Discussion and Vote

Other Items for Information:

  1. Report on Grants Approved by the Commissioner

Board Members

  • Mr. Paul Sagan, Chair, Cambridge
  • Mr. James Morton, Vice Chair, Boston
  • Ms. Katherine Craven, Brookline
  • Dr. Edward Doherty, Hyde Park
  • Ms. Amanda Fernandez, Belmont
  • Ms. Margaret McKenna, Boston
  • Ms. Hannah Trimarchi, Chair, Student Advisory Council, Marblehead
  • Mr. Michael Moriarty, Holyoke
  • Mr. James Peyser, Secretary of Education, Milton
  • Ms. Mary Ann Stewart, Lexington
  • Mr. Martin West, Newton

Jeffrey C. Riley, Commissioner
Secretary to the Board

* The Board welcomes public comment on matters within its purview. Accordingly, the Board makes available a maximum 30-minute period at its regular meetings for persons in the audience to address the Board for no longer than 3 minutes. Written material of any length may be submitted. Preference will be given to persons who seek to address the Board on specific agenda items for the upcoming Board meeting. Agendas for upcoming Board meetings are generally posted 5 days prior to the meeting on the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education's website. Persons wishing to speak are strongly encouraged to submit their request before the day of the meeting; contact information is provided below. Preference will be given to those who submit requests by 5:00 p.m. on the Thursday preceding the regular Tuesday meeting. If time permits, the chairman will allow members of the public who have not contacted the Department in advance to speak in the public comment period; those individuals must sign in prior to the start of the meeting. The chairman may limit the number of speakers due to time constraints and may increase or reduce the time allocated per speaker. While there is no requirement to submit written testimony, a speaker who elects to do so should submit 15 copies of the testimony prior to or at the meeting for distribution to Board members. Requests to address the Board, written testimony, and other inquiries may be transmitted by mail, e-mail, fax, or telephone to: Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, 75 Pleasant Street, Malden, MA 02148, Phone: 781-338-3112, Fax: 781-338-3770, E-mail: boe@doe.mass.edu.



Last Updated: April 17, 2018
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