Education is one of the surest ways to guarantee the success of our children. As your representative, I’ve been a leading advocate for Randolph and Quincy Public Schools.
Working alongside local officials and the Department of Elementary & Secondary Education, I am committed to increasing funding for our school boards, special education programs, and much-needed classroom and school renovations.
Rep. Ayers discusses the "Student Opportunity Act"
Under the new formula, the City of Quincy over the next seven years will get an additional $8.3 million... and on top of that additional transportation funding for special ed."
Rep. Ayers explains his work with the Elks Scholarship Fund
Last year the Elks funded over $28,000 and we gave out over 50 scholarships to highschool students in the City of Quincy and the South Shore."
Click here for more information on the Elks Scholarship Fund.
Rep. Ayers awards the winner of the Read to Ride Program a new bicycle.
Every year, I sponsor the "Read to Ride" summer literacy program, which gives a brand new bicycle to the Quincy Public School student who reads the most books over the summer."