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Massachusetts education officials will force districts to bring students back into the classroom next month

As posted on the the MA DOE Website: News from Commissioner Jeffrey C. Riley & the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Guidance on In-Person Learning Requirements Dear Superintendents, Charter School Leaders, and Leaders of Collaboratives, On March 5, 2021, the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education adopted amendments …

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Governor Baker Awards $4.9 Million for High School Substance Use and Mental Health Response Teams

The Baker-Polito Administration today announced $4.9 million in grants awarded to six agencies, including hospitals and treatment and behavioral health centers, for the creation of evidence-based and data-driven co-occurring substance use disorder/mental health response teams embedded in high schools in ten communities to offer intervention and treatment services, and provide …

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