Boston Students Walk Out Of Classes To Protest TrumpMore than 200 Boston students walked out of classes to protest some of President-elect Donald Trump's proposed policies.
Boston Superintendent Has Message For Students Planning Walkout Over TrumpBoston Public Schools Superintendent Tommy Chang had a message for the students who walked out of class Monday.
Parents Call For More Bus Monitors After Alleged Sex Assault On School BusParents are calling for more bus monitors after allegations surfaced that a six-year-old Boston Renaissance Charter School student molested other kids on their school bus earlier this month.
Boston Public Schools Offer Counseling To Students 'Still Processing" Trump's WinThe superintendent is pledging to support students who may have “fears or concerns” about the election outcome.
Activists Demand Boston Public Schools Expand Transportation ProgramBoston does not provide transportation if students live less than two miles from their schools. On Wednesday, some people called for that to change.
Students Head Back To School In BostonWith summer vacation over, schools in Boston welcomed back students in grades 1-12 Thursday morning.
7 More Boston Schools Found To Have 'Unacceptable' Lead Levels In Drinking WaterSeven more Boston schools have been found to have "unacceptable" levels of lead in the water in their drinking fountains.
Proposal Calls For Boston Public Schools To Test Drinking Water YearlyThe new policy, which does not include testing of water from bathroom and classroom sinks, is still subject to a school committee vote.
Boston Public Schools To Hold Community Meetings On Water IssuesBoston Public Schools will hold nine community meetings in June about the water issues in schools.
Boston Students Walk Out Of Classes To Protest Proposed Budget Cuts At City HallHundreds of students across the city walked out of classes Tuesday afternoon to protest proposed cuts to the Boston Public Schools budget.
Jackson, Walsh At Odds Over Boston Public Schools WalkoutBoston Public Schools students could walk out of classes Tuesday to protest budget cuts, but Mayor Marty Walsh says City Councillor Tito Jackson and other adults, not kids, are behind the movement.
Parents Demand Answers At BPS Meeting On Lead In WaterSome parents voiced concerns over lack of communication from the Boston Public School system after students at four different schools were possibly exposed to elevated levels of lead from water fountains that were mistakenly turned on.