The superintendent of Boston’s public schools has announced that she plans to retire at the end of the school year after six years on the job.
After nearly six years on the job, Boston Superintendent of Schools Carol Johnson is getting ready to retire.
WBZ Newswatch with Joe Mathieu returned for its third edition Wednesday on WBZ NewsRadio 1030 with Boston School Superintendent Dr. Carol Johnson as Joe’s guest.
Investigators arrested the student in connection with three arson fires.
With all the budget cuts and recent school closings, anger has been bubbling to the surface.
Boston School Superintendant Carol Johnson joins Dan Rea to discuss transportation costs.
A federal civil rights complaint was filed against the Boston public schools over a school closure plan some say discriminates against black and Latino students.
It’s the last week of January, and Boston public schools are tagging on another snow day to its tally.
“There are 5,600 empty seats in our school district. These empty seats are costing taxpayers over $20 million a year,” Mayor Menino said Tuesday.
Boston’s schools superintendent Carol Johnson announces her plans Thursday night to close nine schools and merge four others.