Boston Public Schools
Thirty-four valedictorians from Boston Public Schools were honored at an annual luncheon at the Boston Harbor Hotel.
Students in a Boston school will soon be using computers that were refurbished by inmates at Massachusetts prisons.
State Police say they “have developed intelligence” that Thursday is “skip day” in Boston Public Schools and they’re ready for it.
New figures show that more than one-third of Boston’s public high school students were chronically absent last year.
The Boston Public School Department has place a school principal on unpaid suspension over her handling of a 2010 incident involving LeShawn Hill.
A Dorchester teaching assistant accused of lewd and lascivious behavior with a 14-year-old allegedly claimed that he was trying to teach the teen how to masturbate.
A Boston public schools teaching assistant accused of lewd behavior was in court Thursday to face separate charges that he stole computers.
The Harbor Pilot School in Dorchester is moving to fire the teacher’s assistant accused of indecent assault on a 14-year-old boy.
Two months into the school year and Boston public school buses continue to show up as much as an hour late.
More and more students are showing up late to school in Boston, and bus drivers are blaming their “unreasonable” routes.