Great Barrington, Mass.
Hard news | Kids and Schools | Politics/Government
25 September 2020 06:43PM
LaVonne Elaine Roberts

Today, the Baker-Polito Administration was joined by DESE Commissioner Jeff Riley, DESE Associate Commissioner Russell Johnston and Quincy Public Schools Superintendent Kevin Mulvey and Assistant Superintendent Erin Perkins to highlight the importance of returning students and teachers to in-person education when the public health data supports it. Lt. Governor Polito also announced the Third Annual Statewide STEM Week taking place this October.

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