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For decades, administrators have come in and out Brookline’s town hall. In the past seven years, Brookline has had six superintendents. This revolving door of leadership undermines substantial equity work.
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Years of initiatives fail to address racial disparities in Brookline schools
Sofia Hauser, Brookline High School • March 13, 2022

NESPA Winner: Localizing, 2021 The Sagamore, Brookline High School, Brookline, Mass. The first day of high school brings a potent mix of fear and anticipation. The towering columns framing the main entrance and busy, intense atmosphere intimidate...

The Fragile Femme: Self-expression in fashion
The Fragile Femme: Self-expression in fashion
Jordan Liss-Riordan, Brookline High School • March 13, 2022
Student elections adapt to COVID-19
Student elections adapt to COVID-19
Jacob Zalis, Newton North High School • February 17, 2022
All New England Winners
December 5, 2021
New Executive Director for NESPA
March 8, 2022

Tom Fabian, NESPA's new executive director, has a distinguished background in secondary education and in journalism. He advises The Newtonite...

Localizing contest winners for 2021
March 1, 2022

Algonquin Regional High School The Harbinger “Behind the scenes of ‘Seussical’” Claire Bai and Brianna Tang   Brimmer...

April 11, 2022: Annual Publication & Production Contest deadline
February 15, 2022

Follow this link to submit entries for the annual publication and production contest. Winners will be announced at the annual conference on May...