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Teachers Avoid “No Confidence” Vote for Superintendent

A "vote of no confidence" in the superintendent by the New Bedford Educators Association was just a rumor, according to the union president.

Following a union meeting, President Lou St. John says instead, the union will assemble a task force to sift through the concerns of teachers, and formulate recommendations to be presented to Dr

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Mayor’s Award Delayed After Teachers, Other Unions Threaten To Picket

 

The President of the New Bedford Educators Association, with the support of other public unions, threatened to picket a regional labor dinner in October, where Mayor Jon Mitchell was supposed to receive the prestigious George Ripley award. 

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TSM - New Bedford School Committee meets Monday night.
TSM - New Bedford School Committee meets Monday night.

Teachers Union President Says Morale Is Low In City Schools

The President of the New Bedford Educators Association says morale is very low in city schools. 

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NBEA May Challenge Innovation School Vote In Court

The School Committee's plan to create an Innovation school in New Bedford may be headed for a court fight. 

Lou St. John, the head of the New Bedford Educators Association says he's talking with attorney's for the Mass

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Education Commissioner Approves “City On The Hill” Charter School For New Bedford

The Mass. Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education has given his approval for five new charter schools in the state, including one in New Bedford.

Mitchell Chester has approved the application for the City On The Hill charter school to add two schools, one in Boston and one in New Bedford, in addition to their exsisting school in Roxbury

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Mayor, Others Question City on a Hill Charter School Proposal

Mayor Jon Mitchell questioned the effectiveness the proposed City on a Hill Charter School would have on students in New Bedford.

The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education held a hearing in the city Thursday night, and listened to the opinions of officials and concerned residents regarding the Boston-based charter school's proposal to locate in New Bedford

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