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1 Beacon Street
Boston, MA, 02108
United States


ANet is a nonprofit dedicated to the premise that every child in America deserves an excellent education and the opportunities it provides. We pursue our vision of educational equality in America by helping schools boost student learning with great teaching that is grounded in standards, informed by data, and built on the successful practices of educators around the country.

Western Massachusetts

Achievement Network works with 39 schools in Western Massachusetts. For more information about the Western Mass. network, please contact Executive Director Rebecca Sela by email or phone (617-366-6328).

District schools 

  • Alfred M. Glickman Elementary School
  • Arthur T Talmadge
  • Balliet Middle School
  • Boland School
  • Brightwood Elementary School
  • Chestnut Accelerated Middle School
  • Dryden Elementary School
  • Elias Brookings School
  • Forest Park Middle School
  • Frank H Freedman 
  • German Gerena Community School
  • Glenwood Elementary School
  • Hiram L. Dorman Elementary School
  • Homer Street  School
  • Indian Orchard Elementary School
  • Kensington International School
  • Liberty
  • Liberty Preparatory Academy
  • Lincoln Elementary School
  • Mary M. Lynch
  • Mary M. Walsh Elementary School
  • Mary O. Pottenger
  • Public Day Elementary School
  • Roger L. Putnam Vocational Tehnical Academy
  • Samuel Bowles
  • South End Middle School
  • Springfield Central High School
  • Springfield Conservatory of the Arts
  • Springfield High School
  • Springfield High School of Science and Technology
  • Springfield Public Day High School
  • Springfield Public Day Middle School
  • STEM Middle Academy
  • The Springfield Renaissance School
  • Thomas M. Balliet
  • Washington Elementary School

Charter schools

  • Berkshire Arts and Technology Charter School
  • Libertas Academy Charter Schooll

Rebecca Sela is executive director of ANet Western Massachusetts. She and her team of coaches work alongside teachers and leaders to improve instruction in 58 schools. Rebecca began her career in education as a science teacher in California, and she spent 10 years there both in the classroom and in various leadership positions—including department chair, literacy coordinator, and intervention project manager in the Dixon (CA) Unified School District. She joined ANet as a coach in 2013. 

Rebecca received her Bachelor's degree from State University of New York at New Paltz and her Master's degree in Education from University of California, Davis. She believes that every child has a right to high-quality education.