More Boston Students Get Later School DayPublic school students in Boston will soon be able to get up later for class.
Eye On Education: Recess RevolutionWhat if recess was a time period with a plan and a coach and not just a free for all?
Simmons College To Name School For Late Journalist Gwen IfillSimmons College announced Tuesday the Gwen Ifill College of Media, Arts and Humanities in honor of Ifill, who graduated from the private college with a communications degree in 1977.
Eye On Education: Norwood School Serving Students Lunches With A TwistA Norwood elementary school is cooking fresh food right in the cafeteria
Boston Program Pays Ex-Gang Members To Finish SchoolA pilot program in Boston is helping former gang members turn their lives around.
Teacher Apologizes After Using Math Problem About 9/11 AttacksA Newburyport math teacher used specifics of the September 11 attacks on a math test.
Lawrence Teacher Surprised With Award For ExcellenceA school assembly in Lawrence today turned into the surprise of a lifetime for one teacher.
Eye On Education: Andover High Students Learning To Spot Fake NewsFake news has become so pervasive that one Andover High School teacher decided to teach students how to spot it when they see it.
Half Of Students Meet Expectations On New MCAS TestJust half of students in grades three through eight met or exceeded expectations on the new "next generation MCAS test" in math and English.
Video App Brings Students' College Applications To LifeZeeMee prompts students to answer a series of questions on video and share them directly with college admissions offices.
Chelsea Manning Meets Off Campus With Harvard StudentsChelsea Manning has met off campus with several Harvard University student groups after the school reversed its decision to name her a visiting fellow.
Closing The 'Homework Gap' With Affordable Internet AccessHaving broadband internet access can be expensive, so here are some affordable resources to close the homework gap for kids.