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CES Newsroom

You'll find an array of articles here about education industry news that spans local, state, and national coverage of interest. The articles are being fed from our CES Newsroom Blog, located at http://blog.collaborative.org. Only the most recent 10 articles are being shown below, to view additional articles, please visit our CES Newsroom Blog.

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04/12/2017 - 11:01
Photo by Jerrey Roberts

EASTHAMPTON, MA — In the face of another demonstration that drew about 200 people in advance of a School Committee meeting Tuesday night, school officials defended their actions in dealing with incidents of bullying and harassment at the school and vowed to keep working to improve the culture at Easthampton High School.

“We know it is hard work to confront the issues of systemic racism... Read More

03/16/2017 - 08:52

Northampton, MA – Local municipalities and organizations will get a boost through a partnership with Healthy Hampshire to promote infrastructure projects, policies and maps that promote walkability and healthy town center design. Healthy Hampshire will provide funding and staff assistance to support projects in twelve communities, including... Read More

03/13/2017 - 11:35

Select committee members, finance committee members, members of school committees and superintendents of schools from multiple Franklin, Berkshire, and Hampshire county communities, as well as superintendents from rural areas in eastern MA, gathered together at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, at the Mohawk Trail Regional High school. Senator Adam Hinds, who represents communities in Berkshire, Franklin, Hampshire and Hampden... Read More

03/13/2017 - 10:34
Mural by Department of Youth Services Students

The banner above the stage reads “Voice What Matters”, and at the 4th Annual June “Share Your Art, Share Your Voice” Statewide Youth Showcase sponsored by the Department of Youth Services (DYS), the students showed what mattered to them in paintings, sculptures, videos, song and dance. The Massachusetts program has had a long commitment to incorporating the arts into youth... Read More

02/24/2017 - 13:31

Doug stands at the large bin of red apples, pulling them out by handfuls to put in a large plastic bag. His work today is to fill bags of apples to a certain weight, so that they can be distributed by the Food Bank of Western MA. A tall young man with large hands, it doesn’t take long for Doug to fill, weigh, and close twelve bags, enough to fill a smaller box for transportation. This is one of two days each week that... Read More