Today marks a new beginning for Boston Public Schools. It’s the first day for the new superintendent.
The Massachusetts higher education system has a new leader.
The state’s largest teachers union says students should be able to opt out of high-stakes assessment tests.
Boston and Springfield have seen success participating in Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity (Metco), a school-integration program, and educators are calling for an expansion of the program.
Harvard University has accepted a record low 5.3 percent of applicants for admission into next fall’s freshman class and made a record number of rejections.
Wellesley College is joining a growing list of women’s colleges that accept transgender students.
College is very expensive, but Congress and the IRS have given us a few ways to offset education costs.
One school is exposing kids to the arts in every class.
BOSTON (CBS) – Any time we talk about improving our education system, it seems that every politician or public official within earshot has a whole lot to say about the matter. But what about the […]
I don’t have a definitive answer! But I believe that kids should be responsible for some of the cost of college.