Will the national Education standards measure up to ours?

Commissioner of Education Mitchell Chester (where is Paul Reville, Secretary of Education, in this debate, by the way?) have completely failed to make the case for abandoning MA’s best-in-the-nation state curriculum frameworks and the MCAS exams (which measure students mastery of the frameworks), in favor of the national Common Core standards and untried, untested assessments that will replace MCAS. The…

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Massachusetts to Award Electoral Votes Based on National Vote?

Both the Massachusetts House and Senate have approved the National Popular Vote Bill, which would give the presidential candidate with the most overall votes nationally the state’s 12 electoral votes. According to the Boston Globe: Final enactment votes are needed in both chambers, however, before the bill goes to the governor’s desk, the Globe reported last week. Governor Deval Patrick’s…

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Lexington 2nd Revolution Tea Party Rally on the Historic Battle Green!

LEXINGTON 2ND REVOLUTION TEA PARTY RALLY ON THE HISTORIC LEXINGTON BATTLE GREEN

SUNDAY, JULY 25TH, 1:00 TO 3:00 PM Rally to Celebrate America’s Founding, Liberty and a Call to Take Back Our Country The historic Battle Green of Lexington, Massachusetts will host the Lexington 2nd Revolution Tea Party rally.  Please join us as we celebrate America’s founding and the freedom…

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Former State Rep. Susan Pope endorses Eric Dahlberg for State Senate in Third Middlesex

The Chelmsford Independent carries the great news: Former state Rep. Susan Pope endorses Dahlberg for state senate bid.

GateHouse News Service

Posted Jul 19, 2010 @ 11:32 AM Waltham – The Dahlberg Committee announced today that its candidate has earned the endorsement of Susan Pope, former state representative from the Thirteenth Middlesex district. “I am endorsing Eric because he and…

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