Education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley, after wrapping up his first full school year on the job, plans to present his vision on Tuesday for moving public education ahead in Massachusetts, placing an emphasis on expanding promising initiatives.

His goal is to generate new momentum to push public schools out of a period of stagnation, according to his 14-page plan, “Our Way Forward.” Riley, who oversees elementary and secondary education, created the plan after visiting more than 100 schools across the state in urban, suburban, and rural areas and after meeting with other stakeholders, such as teacher unions, business leaders, philanthropists, and families.


“The reality is, when you look at national metrics, we have been flat for a decade and other states

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