Eye On Education
Today marks a new beginning for Boston Public Schools. It’s the first day for the new superintendent.
This summer, two Worcester teachers will reach new heights.
Whether it’s an encounter with a triceratops or a garden full of butterflies, Boston’s Museum of Science is opening young eyes to science every day.
An impressive class for honors students at Lowell High School combines science and business and they’re taking advantage of a resource right in their own neighborhood.
Marquis Taylor started a student mentoring program called “Coaching 4 Change” to help students grow in and out of the classroom.
Students get introduced to new opportunities at the Starbase Academy at Hanscom Air Force Base.
It’s a place of learning and inspiration thanks to the school partnership program.
Through music, laughs — and sometime silly wigs — hundreds of kids are getting the opportunity to tackle some tough subjects.
Education Secretary Jim Peyser has been on the job for less than two months but he already has some ambitious goals.
Students at the River Valley Charter School in Newburyport are traveling back in time to the 1800’s to learn about the Underground Railroad using a game developed by a local developer.