James Vaznis

James Vaznis writes about K-12 education and previously covered crime, higher education, suburban issues, and New Hampshire. Prior to joining the Globe in 2002, Vaznis worked as a reporter at the Concord Monitor and the Daily News of Newburyport.

Latest stories

Rachel Skerritt named headmaster at Boston Latin School

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Skerritt is the first person of color and the third woman to lead BLS in its 382-year-history, officials said.

In noisy rally, hundreds of Boston teachers demand new contract

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The protest unfolded just before the School Committee was scheduled to vote on a proposed $1.062 billion budget for the next school year.

City Year says Trump’s proposed cuts would devastate popular school programs

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The president’s budget would kill AmeriCorps, which provides millions of dollars to public service programs that work to combat school bullying and boost graduation rates, among other issues.

Spurred by dot-coms, school furniture is becoming comfy

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Many teachers are embracing flexible seating as an outlet for their students’ fidgety energy.