Register Now for CPS Annual Meeting with Daniel Koretz

Join us for CPS’s annual meeting on Thursday, March 22 at the Church on the Hill, 140 Bowdoin Street, Boston, 5:30 pm refreshments, 6-8:30 pm program.

Our guest speaker is Daniel Koretz, author of The Testing Charade: Pretending to Make Schools Better

Click HERE to register now.

All are welcome. Capacity is limited, so register now. 

  • Hear our guest speaker
  • Learn about our advocacy campaigns
  • Elect officers and board

CPS non-members are welcome – Suggested donation of $15 (can be applied to membership). Click HERE to join, renew your membership, or donate.  

We are thrilled to feature Harvard Professor Koretz at this pivotal moment for public education.

In her review of the book, Diane Ravitch wrote, “Daniel Koretz, an eminent testing expert at Harvard University, has skillfully dissected the multiple negative consequences of the education reforms of the 2000s, most of them unintended. His title, The Testing Charade: Pretending to Make Schools Better, sums up his conclusion that the reform movement failed badly because of its devotion to high-stakes testing as the infallible measure of educational quality.”

Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing by the author. 

Now is the time to defend public education and take action to make our vision for equitable access to quality public education a reality for all children. Come learn about our new Less Testing, More Learning campaign tool kit and blog and how you can help make change in your school or district. 

Not sure if your membership is up-to-date?  Email Aidan Orly, here.