BPS School Choice meeting at Mildred Ave. School
Boston Public Schools (BPS) will host a community meeting at the Mildred Ave. K-8 School to talk about ‘what we are hearing’ in our analysis of community feedback and the next steps in the student assignment redesign process. A report on the feedback is available on our new website, www.bostonschoolchoice.org.
In 25 meetings and in an on-line survey BPS heard from residents living in every ZIP code in Boston, with two exceptions: 02163 (the Harvard campus) and 02199 (the Prudential Center). About half the people who participated are current BPS parents, and the other half do not have children in school. A 27-member External Advisory Committee is helping the District develop a new school choice plan.
The on-line survey is still available at bostonschoolchoice.org and will close on July 4.
In July, BPS will host these additional meetings to talk about ‘what we have heard’ and the next steps:
Mattapan: Thursday, July 12, 6-8pm
5 Mildred Ave., Mattapan
Haitian Creole interpretation provided