New Bedford Top Teacher Shares Passion For Running With Her StudentsTop Teacher Rebecca Cotugno is an avid runner and marathoner who is sharing her passion with the next generation.
New SAT 'Adversity Score' Measures Students' HardshipsThe score will reflect students' social and economic backgrounds.
High School Students Experience Camp, Develop Leadership Skills At 'Crossroads'An organization that started here in Massachusetts 80 years ago to give kids from the city a “fresh air experience” has a new improved mission today.
The Best High Schools In Massachusetts, According To U.S. News & World ReportTwo public schools in the Bay State finished in the top 200.
Former University Of Texas Tennis Coach Pleads Guilty In College Admissions ScamThe former men's tennis coach at the University of Texas at Austin pleaded guilty Wednesday to accepting a $100,000 bribe in the widespread college admissions bribery scheme.
Options For Getting A College Education Without A Pile Of Student Loan DebtThe average college student enters the professional world with $25,000-$100,000 in debt. So is there a better option?
Boston Arts Academy Receives $500,000 Donation From Family Of Late Celtics StarA one-of-a-kind public high school in Boston is getting a big boost from the family of the late Celtics star Reggie Lewis.
Hampshire College President Quits Amid Rift Over School's FutureThe president of Hampshire College has quit her post amid mounting turmoil over the future of the small private school.
WPI 'Thinking Cap' Study Could Improve Online LearningOne computer science professor's research project may just change how we learn at school…and eventually, at work.
Joe Kennedy Says Proposed $18M Cut To Special Olympics 'Will Never Happen'Education Sec. Betsy DeVos was criticized after proposing an $18 million cut to Special Olympics funding.
Mass. Education Funding Debate Underway, McCourty Twins Among AdvocatesMayors, educators, parents and students jammed a Statehouse auditorium for a public hearing on education spending proposals.