Publications

Annenberg Foundation examines charter school governance in Massachusetts

Note: The voters of Georgia declined to amend the constitution to allow state control of public schools, 60-40%, in November 2016. (Mentioned on p. 1 of this report, released before the election.)

Two public talks sponsored by the Amherst League of Women Voters.

Many of us want renewable energy, but how do we get there from here? What infrastructure will be required and how will it be paid for? Solutions are not easy and hard choices will have to be made.

Report prepared by School Superindents of Hampshire and Franklin Counties together with the Collaborative for Educational Services, entitled Key Points about Disproportionate Impact of Charter Schools on Rural and Small Districts" (December, 2015)

Responses to four questions from the Amherst Survival Center by candidates for the Hampshire Third District Representative in 2016.

Follow-up questions from John Hornik to the candidates for Hampshire Third District Representative, fall 2016.

The 2016 edition of They Represent You, updated to reflect the results of the March, 2016 elections. Contact information for all Town of Amherst elected officials is included, as well as state and federal officials.

Support statements for Articles 19, 36 and 37 on the Amherst Town Warrant, Spring 2016.

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