Eye On Education: Boston Schools Working With Sandy Hook PromiseBoston Public Schools are working with Sandy Hook Promise, a group aiming to identify emotional crises that might lead to student violence.
Eye On Education: Outdoor Classes Help Students Become Active LearnersA one of a kind pilot program for 11th graders from one Boston school is taking the classroom outdoors at the Intrepid Academy in Westwood.
Local Schools, Police Departments Work To Identify Threats Before It Is Too LateBoston Public Schools say the district is taking steps to prevent gun violence and other schools are using new technology to work with police.
Boston Schools Cancel New Start Times After ProtestsFacing backlash from parents, Boston Superintendent of Schools Tommy Chang announced on Friday that the city will not implement changes to school start times next year as planned.
Boston Parents Voice Opposition To Plan For Earlier School Start TimeDozens of angry Boston Public School parents crashed a tree lighting held by Mayor Marty Walsh, protesting the district's new start time policy.
Boston Parents Voice Concerns Over New School Start TimesA School Committee meeting got heated at times with people interrupting committee members and the superintendent.
More Boston Students Get Later School DayPublic school students in Boston will soon be able to get up later for class.
Boston Schools Prepare For Influx Of Children From Puerto RicoSuperintendent Tommy Chang says coordination has begun with agencies throughout the city.
New Boston Public Schools Ad Campaign Has MistakesBoston Public Schools is trying to beef up their student attendance rate. The embarrassing problem is that some of the ads have mistakes.
Students Head Back To School In BostonThousands of students at Boston Public Schools headed back to classes Thursday, and Mayor Marty Walsh and Superintendent Tommy Chang made the rounds to welcome them.
Mayor Walsh Hosts Luncheon For Boston High School ValedictoriansThe event highlighted that the barriers some students faced rising to the top, went deeper than homework and grades.
Red Sox Give Away Over 40,000 Baseball Caps To Boston Students, TeachersThe Red Sox worked to make a new generation of fans on Monday, handing out baseball caps to more than 40,000 students and teachers.