Eye On Education: Boston Schools Use Legos To Teach EngineeringLegos are a standard toy for most preschool children and for 30 years, Lego Education has been using the colorful bricks to teach.
Columbia University Accidentally Sends Acceptance NoticesColumbia University says it's strengthening its procedures after it accidentally sent acceptance notices to 277 prospective students and then recalled them.
Gillette Stadium Offers Students 'Football-Themed' Learning ExperienceWith three days until Super Bowl Sunday, class was in session at Gillette Stadium Thursday morning.
Eye On Education: Grant Helps Restore Brockton Planetarium To Original MajestyA science teacher made it his mission to restore it to its former glory
Wicked Smaht! Massachusetts Named Most Educated State In New RankingA new report on education in America finds Massachusetts at the head of the class.
Rhode Island Governor Looks To Pioneer Free Tuition For AllA college-for-all idea that sparked Democratic voter enthusiasm during the presidential race could now be tested in the smallest state.
In YouTube Video, Waltham Teachers Thank Students Who Inspire ThemAt Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School, a lesson in kindness and appreciation is being taught--not in the classroom, but on YouTube.
Eye On Education: Medway Engineering Class Brings Students Knowledge, JoyThe Medway school system is teaching engineering thanks to a grant from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
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.
Hampshire College In Amherst Stops Flying All FlagsThe school has stopped flying all flags on campus after an American flag was burned following the presidential election.
Ipswich Robotics Students Help Whale Researcher With 'SnotBot' DroneWhen we talk about exposing kids to ‘STEM’ in schools, what could be better than having them apply that knowledge to a real-world problem?
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.

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