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The Boston School Committee Needs You!
Two open seats on the Boston School Committee. Applications due by July 8, 2021
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Be careful what you wish for, Boston!
City Council Order jeopardizes Boston's fiscal stability. This would not improve the participation of the public – it would bring uncertainty, chaos and a level of bargaining and negotiating with special interest groups that Boston has not seen since its early days.
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Boston's FY22 Budget & Recovery
Boston's FY22 recommended budget of $3.75B is now officially before the Boston City Council for review. Learn more about this budget here.
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Boston a Leader in FY20 NIH Funding
Boston’s medical, educational, biotech and healthcare institutions received $2.3B in research grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in FY20.
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FY22 School Budget $1.3B
The Boston School Committee approved at $1.3B budget for FY22 that is $36.1M or 2.9% more than FY21. Grants funds aid in recovery and reopening of schools.
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Research Bureau In the News

Boston City Council’s power grab won’t end well
Those coveting the mayor’s power over the city’s budget should run for the job, not diminish it.
Editorial: The Boston Globe | June 25, 2020

Janey takes office as city’s first Black, first woman mayor – City faces COVID pandemic, push for racial equality
By Morgan C. Mullings | Bay State Banner | March 24, 2021

Walsh was an empathetic mayor who leaves behind a lasting mark, as well as unfinished projects
By Milton J. Valencia | The Boston Globe | March 22, 2021

In remarks to city watchdog, Janey says, ‘I am living proof that Boston is a city of possibilities’
By Danny McDonald | The Boston Globe | March 11, 2021

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