'Oppressive Heat' Forces Closures, Half Days At Some Massachusetts SchoolsStudents in Haverhill will have a half day on Monday due to temperatures that are expected to be near 100 degrees.
Students Shine A Light On Quality Mental Health Initiatives In High SchoolsThe Shine Initiative, a non-profit in Central Massachusetts, is helping students "shine a light" on good mental health at school.
It Happens Here: Melrose, Pioneering A New Trend In EducationBased on the concept that no two student learn alike, Melrose students are becoming examples of what the future of education looks like: more independence, more critical thinking, and more success.
Students Surprised With National Award For Helping Others Navigate SchoolThree Medford High School students got the surprise of their lives Tuesday all because of a unique project they created.
College Bound Program Helps Boston Students Plan Their FutureThe College Bound program provides resources and support for high school students from otherwise under-served communities.
Study: Getting Into UMass Amherst Tougher For In-State ApplicantsA new report suggests that gaining admission to the University of Massachusetts' flagship campus in Amherst is more difficult for Massachusetts residents than it is for those who live outside the state.
Harvard Grad Surprises 6th Grade Teacher After 21 YearsA 6th-grade teacher wrote "Invite me to your Harvard graduation!" 21 years later, the student did just that.
NTSB Recommends Seat Belts On All New School BusesA federal transportation panel is recommending to states that all new large school buses be equipped with seat belts.
Do School Buses Need Seat Belts?Impassioned debates about safety tend to follow every deadly wreck involving a school bus.
94% Of Teachers Spent Their Own Money On School Supplies, Survey FoundAlmost all public school teachers have spent some of their own money on school supplies without reimbursement
School Opens On Sunday For Little Girl Who Forgot Her Mother's Day GiftAfter hearing that a young girl had forgotten her Mother's Day gift at school on Friday, a maintenance supervisor stepped in to help.
Bills Would Prohibit Mass. Public Schools From 'Meal Shaming'Lawmakers are considering proposals that would prohibit Massachusetts school districts from denying hot lunches to children who don't have money to pay for them.