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.

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Facebook creator, wife inspired by Dorchester school

By , Globe Staff

Codman Academy is an inspiration for Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan, who will open a tuition-free school in California.

Learning Curve

In Mass. schools, a focus on well-being

By , Globe Staff

Across the state, schools are devoting more time to address students’ social and emotional health.

State education chief seeks Dorchester charter school’s closure

By , Globe Staff

The state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education will consider the recommendation at its Tuesday morning meeting.

Cooked, frozen, trucked: N.Y. facility churns out Boston school lunches

By , Globe Staff

Many of the meals are served to Boston students just two days after they were made on Long Island.