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

New policy sidelines teachers at cost of $6m

By , Globe Staff

More than 70 Boston public school teachers didn’t get classrooms under a change in hiring but must remain on the payroll.

State audit finds fault with some charter school data

By , Globe Staff

Officials overstated the number of students on waiting lists and stumbled in other areas of oversight, the audit found.

Partners fail so far to raise test scores at key schools

By , Globe Staff

Despite working with outside partners, seven schools threatened with a state takeover are still underperforming on the MCAS.

Nonprofit tapped to turn around Dearborn STEM Academy

By , Globe Staff

A Boston education nonprofit will run the Dearborn STEM Academy in hopes of sparking a rapid turnaround.