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News Highlights

Greensboro YEO in Paid Leave Victory

Greensboro, NC is the latest city to adopt a paid parental leave policy that will allow municipal employees six weeks off work when they have a child through birth or adoption. The measure was introduced by City Councilman Jamal Fox, who called it “the right thing to do to help narrow the gender pay gap […]

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Boston YEO Moves to Cap Charter School Count

This Wednesday, Boston City Councilor Matt O’Malley will introduce a resolution to oppose an expansion of charter schools throughout Massachusetts. Because funding for public education in the state comes from the same source, a forthcoming ballot question that would lift the cap on charter schools would leave significantly less money available for state-run schools, along […]

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