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James Vaznis

17 May 2016

MARLBOROUGH, Massachusetts, United States

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Over the last decade, many Massachusetts schools have seen the number of cases grow from just a few students a year being hospitalized for mental health issues to upwards of several dozen, often transforming guidance ...

The Boston Globe

James Vaznis

4 April 2016

Park City, Utah, United States

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In a global economy, helping students succeed means offering them the opportunity to become multilingual. States such as Utah, Indiana, and Delaware have stepped up their efforts with immersion programs for elementary...

The Boston Globe

James Vaznis

4 April 2016

Massachusetts, United States

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A test kitchen set up at Fenway High School this year to try out new lunch items is slowly transforming cuisine across the school system, as part of an effort to expand more healthful food options for students.

The Boston Globe

James Vaznis

10 March 2016

Eastham, Massachusetts, United States

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A growing number of high schools across Massachusetts are exploring later start times, amid research showing that a lack of sleep can have detrimental effects on the health and academic performance of teenagers.

The Boston Globe

James Vaznis

5 January 2016

Reading, Massachusetts, United States

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A broader effort at Birch Meadow Elementary School and Reading’s eight other schools is putting students at ease and getting them more in tune with their emotions, and one another, so they can concentrate on learning.

The Boston Globe

James Vaznis

6 December 2015

Islandia, New York, United States

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Whitsons Culinary Group’s food-making center, in a bucolic town of 3,000, produces about 80,000 meals a day. It addresses the question of how to feed students in a school district where many buildings have no kitchens.

The Boston Globe

James Vaznis

5 December 2015

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

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Most public schools lunches are cheap, frozen meals, which satisfy federal nutrition standards but kids don't eat them so student performance suffers. A school in Boston partnered with a non-profit to test entrees tha...

The Boston Globe

James Vaznis

12 September 2015

Nippes, Haiti

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Boston professors visit countries and homes of foreign students to better understand their culture and gain insights about how to better teach them. The goal is to reach across cultural divides to help a big part of t...

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