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

Boston parents urge school system to dump food contractor

By , Globe Staff

The Boston Citywide Parent Council, upset that too many students are tossing their lunches into the trash, has launched a letter-writing and phone-call campaign.

BC High chairman says it’s not the time to discuss going coed

By , Globe Staff

“Beginning a conversation about coed today is not in the best interest of the school,” John McQuillan said.

Park memorializes fire that killed 100 at Station nightclub

By , Globe Staff

Hundreds turned out for the dedication of the memorial park for the nation’s fourth-deadliest nightclub fire.

Boston Teachers Union poised to elect 1st person of color as president

By , Globe Staff

The ascension of Jessica Tang, who is Chinese-American, to the post will represent a generational shift in power.