By Astead W. Herndon, GLOBE STAFF
Dec. 12, 2015
For two hours Saturday at the city’s public education headquarters in Dudley Square, officials with impressive titles outlined how Boston public schools struggle to educate black and Latino boys.
There were statistics and presentations, remarks and acknowledgments, but when the 60 black and Latino students listening, all boys, were allowed to speak, it was clear they were well acquainted with their school’s failures.
They live them.