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On Tuesday, Governor Charlie Baker headed out west to talk with Springfield High School seniors about college affordability and the Commonwealth Commitment program during the Go Higher! College Assembly. He also joined Education Secretary Jim Peyser, Commissioner Mitchell Chester, Receiver Stephen Zrike, Mayor Alex Morse, and students of Holyoke High School to observe a US History I Honors class and participate in a roundtable discussion focused on secondary redesign and the dual enrollment program.

Go Higher! College Assembly

Go Higher! College Assembly

Holyoke High School Visit 10.04/16

Holyoke High School Visit 10.04/16

Holyoke High School Visit 10.04/16

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