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Coronavirus News: Friday, May 29, 2020

Public schools face a fall with a lot more costs and a lot less funding (Washington Post)

Pandemic boosts interest in mastery learning, though evidence remains thin (Chalkbeat)

Crowded classrooms, buses, hallways, lunchtime, recess--all raise questions as leaders ponder school this fall (Metrowest Daily News)

Frustration builds as school officials, parents await guidance on reopening in September (Falmouth Enterprise)

Boxes of fresh produce added to Springfield school meal program (Western Mass News)

Vehicle parade to honor Hopkins Academy seniors Friday (Daily Hampshire Gazette)

Mohawk Regional plans all-day individual graduation ceremonies (Greenfield Recorder)

North High kicks off Worcester's virtual graduation ceremonies (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)

Fitchburg High sets graduation for July 25 (Sentinel & Enterprise)

Harvard schools lay off staff, face financial and educational uncertainty (Harvard Press)

Natick High seniors get special delivery from staff (Metrowest Daily News)

Haverhill expects school reopening guidance soon (WHAV)

Pentucket Regional elementary students showcase their inventions (WHAV)

New positions, classes on the chopping block in Milford (Milford Daily News)

Hamilton selectboard rescinds support for school articles on town meeting warrant (Hamilton Wicked Local)

Silver Lake to graduate August 7 (Kingston Wicked Local)

Even during a pandemic, some demand a traditional high school graduation (WGBH)