MTA Today: Building Our Power for the Fights Ahead
MTA activists drew cheers as they celebrated dignity, equality and justice at the Boston Women’s March for America on Jan. 21. The march — like many others nationwide — provided a sense of hope and unity as a new and difficult era unfolded with the inauguration of President Donald Trump. The November election also had a highly positive side, as voters soundly defeated Question 2, which would have added significantly to the number of charter schools in Massachusetts. The power and energy that surrounded the No on 2 campaign continued as member forums around the state helped educators envision how to bring about the Schools Our Communities Deserve. Other articles in this issue explore the growing resistance to excessive standardized testing and the increasing pushback against test-based evaluation regulations.
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