Page 22 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 4, 2019 HOSPITAL | FROM PAGE 18 with Fellsmere Housing Group, which included a purchase and sales agreement. MelroseWakefield Healthcare also expressed a desire to work with Malden and OP-ED | FROM PAGE 8 come students. The Student Opportunity Act also recognizes that more needs to be done to support our schools, and it contains a number of additional funding provisions, including: updating foundation budget rates for guidance and psychological services to better meet the social-emotional and mental health needs of students; fully funding charter school transitional tuition reimbursements to help districts that lose students to charter Medford to find a solution for the site that supports the organization’s overarching mission of promoting community health. Keleti said that with Fellsmere Housing Group’s plan now off the table, the door has been opened schools; expanding the special education “circuit breaker” to reimburse districts for out-ofdistrict transportation costs in addition to instructional costs; and lifting the annual spending cap on the Massachusetts School Building Authority so that more school construction and renovation projects can move forward sooner. The Student Opportunity Act also recognizes that additional steps are necessary to maximize the impact of this new funding in improving student outcomes and closing for grants and funding opportunities that were previously unavailable because of the developer’s purchase and sales agreement. Keleti told the audience that the money is there if residents have a plan with sustainopportunity gaps. The bill establishes a new 21st Century Education Trust Fund that will support districts and schools pursuing creative approaches to closing opportunity and achievement gaps, and will help schools identify effective practices that can be shared across the Commonwealth. This Fund will also support efforts to achieve greater efficiencies in districts facing low and declining student enrollment, particularly in rural areas of the state. In addition, the bill requires school disable goals and a desire to make it happen. “We are at a place where we can have a strong collaboration with MelroseWakefield,” he said. “We can have a strong conversation about what’s necessary to fulfill tricts to develop public plans with clear goals and metrics for improving student outcomes; directs the Secretary of Education to collect and publish data on student preparedness in each district and high school for post-graduate success in college and the workforce; and creates a new Data Advisory Commission to improve the use of data at the state, district, and school levels in strengthening instruction and learning. This consensus legislation is the result of work shaped by REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Copyrighted material previously published in Banker & Tradesman/The Commercial Record, a weekly trade newspaper. It is reprinted with permission from the publisher, The Warren Group. 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