Eye On Education
We hear it all the time – American children are falling behind their peers in other countries. Now, there’s a push for new national standards for testing.
Connor Flanagan of Tyngsboro uses a VGo robot to virtually attend school, while he is home recovering from surgery.
WPI hosted “Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day” in hopes of shrinking the large engineering gender gap.
Eighth grade math students in Milton take virtual lessons at home, and then have it reinforced by a teacher.
The Future of Boston depends on the next generation being prepared for tomorrow’s challenges.
It looks like a typical trip to the veterinarian; a weigh-in for Ava, a skittish cat and a surgery for a dog named Isaac, but this clinic is at a vocational high school.
A new after school program in Newton called the Innovation Institute is trying to get kids interested in science at a young age.
Steps to Success, a program at Brookline High School, is developing an amazing track record getting some unlikely kids through college.
State officials say many schools in Massachusetts are not prepared for an emergency situation.
We know online banking and mobile apps are convenient but they can keep your kids from seeing you dealing with cash or how to manage money.