Boston Teachers Union Votes No Confidence in Superintendent as 28 Schools Reopen


The Boston Teachers Union passed a vote of no confidence in Boston Public Schools superintendent Brenda Cassellius just hours before more than two dozen additional schools were set to resume in-person learning for high-needs students.

The vote was held at an emergency meeting Sunday night.

In a letter sent to members on Saturday, the union said it did not believe the 28 schools set to reopen Monday would meet safety provisions in place at the four Boston schools where in-person learning for high-needs students resumed last month.

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