BMRB In the News
Boston Public Schools paid some workers off the books
James Vaznis | The Boston Globe | November 27, 2017
IRS findings show a lack of financial oversight by the central offices and a lack of basic accounting procedures at individual schools…..the findings could jeopardize the credibility of future fund-raising efforts. BMRB President, Sam Tyler
Most Boston charter schools reject performance-based pay for teachers
James Vaznis | The Boston Globe | September 3, 2017
The absence of widespread adoption by charter schools could make it more difficult to persuade traditional schools to dole out bonuses and merit increases to their teachers. . . BMRB President, Sam Tyler
A bad deal for Boston students
Editorial | The Boston Globe | August 31, 2017
Getting rid of the stipend amounts to savings of a half-million dollars. But it’s still going to cost over $8 million to pay for the teachers not selected by schools. . . BMRB President, Sam Tyler
GE’s Boston headquarters may soon feel a pinch
John Chesto | The Boston Globe | August 31, 2017
It seems like a pretty good deal for the city, Boston’s protected somewhat. If not all the jobs come, they don’t get the full tax break. . . BMRB President, Sam Tyler
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