Eye On Education
St. John’s School students are growing their own vegetables in a tower garden.
Psychologist Jonathan Comer led a study that assessed the effects of the bombings on children from various parts of the state.
A Sharon Middle School club videoconferences with girls at the Zabuli Education Center in Afghanistan.
Saugus is the first Massachusetts district to use CopSync, a program that alerts the five closest cruisers in the area.
When it comes to nutrition or taste, school lunches don’t have the best reputation. The anti-hunger group Project Bread is trying to turn that around with the “Chefs in Schools” program.
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.