EdVestors' 17th Annual School on the Move Prize Ceremony

EdVestors' 17th Annual School on the Move Prize Ceremony

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The Westin Copley Place, Boston

10 Huntington Avenue

Boston, MA 02116

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The School on the Move Prize spotlights the most notable school-wide improvement efforts happening across Boston Public Schools.

About this event

Each fall, the $100,000 School on the Move Prize recognizes some of the most improving Boston Public Schools. Acknowledging the tremendous effort needed to ensure every student in Boston receives a world-class education, we shine a light on those schools, leaders, and teachers who create and continuously improve learning environments where all students thrive, demonstrated through significantly improved outcomes for students.

This year, with the goal of identifying Boston’s most improving schools in the context of the last three school years, we will highlight three finalist schools’ recent improvements while also celebrating EdVestors’ 20 years of school improvement work.

For COVID-19 safety, we will follow City of Boston and CDC guidelines and will update guests on what to expect via email updates and this page as we get closer to the event.

EdVestors is committed to providing accessibility accommodations for all of our events. Please request disability or language accommodations in your registration at least two weeks prior to the event, or we may not be able to fulfill them. For accessibility questions, please contact Shay McIntosh at mcintosh@edvestors.org.

Habrá traducción al español disponible. Al registrarse, por favor háganos saber con al menos dos semanas de anticipación si requiere interpretación al español o contactando a Shay McIntosh: mcintosh@edvestors.org.

While this is a free event that's open to the public, please consider making a donation in support of Boston's improving schools.

Click here to learn more about the School on the Move Prize initiative.