As Secretary of Education, Jim Peyser directs the Executive Office of Education which is answerable for early training, K-12, and better schooling in Massachusetts. Secretary Peyser sits on each of the boards governing the Commonwealth’s schooling businesses – Department of Early Education and Care, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and Department of Higher Education in addition to the University of Massachusetts system. He is Governor Baker’s prime advisor on schooling and helps form the Commonwealth’s education reform agenda.
The Press: Literacy and education had been made possible by the invention and widespread use of printing, from movable sort and this dramatically modified all the cloth of Western tradition. Books had been revealed and printing helped to vary and transition from the philosophy of the Middle ages to new and perplexing views of the fashionable era. The introduction of paper making methods in Europe accelerated the growth of commerce and …Continue reading