Citing Racial Inequities, Boston Public Schools Suspend New Advanced Learning Classes

A selective program for high-performing fourth, fifth and sixth graders in Boston has suspended enrollment due to the pandemic and concerns about equity in the program, GBH News has learned.

Superintendent Brenda Cassellius (pictured above) recommended the one-year hiatus for the program, known as Advanced Work Classes, saying the district would not proceed with the program for new students next year. 

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