We begin tonight with a dwindling supply of rental housing in Massachusetts for people of extremely low income. According to a new report the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, more than nine thousand units where they were living three years ago will lose their subsidies over the next six years. Students raised their voices this morning toward a better future for Boston Arts Academy. The occasion was the start of campaign to raise thirty million dollars. State officials are dropping a racially provocative essay question from the MCAS exam. According to the Boston Globe, the decision follows complaints from many students and school officials, including the interim superintendent for the Boston Public Schools. Interview with State Rep. Adrian Madaro. Interview with Ronel Remy and Yvette Modestin, Community Organizers.