In Malden, School Superintendent David DeRuosi met with the city’s snow emergency team, consisting of police, fire and other city officials.
Child care providers blame an innovative program started by the Boston Public Schools.
Facing escalating costs and declining enrollment, the Bishop of Worcester has given a small Catholic school until the end of January to raise $500,000 or shut the doors in June.
The swirling lines from Linden Bateman’s pen have been conscripted into a national fight to keep cursive writing in American classrooms.
Neighbors of the elementary school where 20 children and six adults were shot dead last year expressed relief as workers tore down parts of it on Friday.
A 5-year-old boy was left alone for hours outside of his Charlestown apartment after he was sent home on a bus by mistake.
School districts around the country — including Boston — are adding GPS technology to buses allowing parents to know the exact location of their kids. Does the ability to track your children give you peace of mind or make you worry that others can do the same?
A North Andover teen has been punished by her high school for picking up a drunk friend from a party. Police cleared the girl of any wrongdoing but the school disciplined her for violating its zero tolerance substance abuse policy.
A Pennsylvania Elementary School principal pulled the plug on Halloween because it’s too religious. The school district says the principal misinterpreted the policy and that it’s ok to celebrate the holiday. Are school districts being too sensitive over what can be celebrated?
The Beverly school district is punishing students for watching and sharing a video, made by a female student, that is described as “suggestive.” The district is turning the incident into a teachable moment. Do you think it’s right to punish students for just watching the video?