Northeast Metro Tech Student Allegedly Posts Firearm On Snapchat And Warns Students Not To Go To School MondayPolice say there's no credible danger to Wakefield’s Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational High School after a student allegedly posted a threat to the school on Snapchat.
Massachusetts House, Senate Leaders Roll Out Education Funding BillLegislative leaders say the bill unveiled Thursday would significantly help schools that serve high percentages of low-income students.
MIT President Vows To 'Repair System' In Wake Of Jeffrey Epstein DonationsMIT President L. Rafael Reif has vowed to "repair a system and a culture that failed the people" of the university, after reports revealed the school's involvement with Jeffrey Epstein.
Kindergarten Students Across Boston Receive $50 In Saving ProgramThe program is called Boston Saves and on Monday, it became citywide.
Harvard Isn't #1; New England Schools Well Represented In Top College RankingsThe latest U.S. News & World Report college rankings dropped Monday.
Teen Who Saved Classmate Wants CPR Training Required For All Mass. StudentsIt was an ordinary math class at Millis High School, when Sean White heard his friend coughing behind him in the next row.
New Boston Superintendent Brings 'The Juice' On First Day Of SchoolBoston Public Schools started the new school year Thursday and the new superintendent brought what she calls "the juice."
2 Massachusetts Schools Top Wall Street Journal's College RankingsThe best schools are wealthy institutions that land students high-paying jobs, according to the newspaper.
Eye On Education: New BPS Superintendent Is 'Here For The Long Haul'WBZ’s Paula Ebben spoke to Dr. Brenda Cassellius as she begins her tenure leading the oldest public school system in America.
Teens Helping Peers Kick Vaping Habit As Use & Suspensions SpikeTeenagers in Massachusetts and across the nation are reaching for e-cigarettes in alarming numbers. There are some young people who are actively working to help their peers kick the habit.
4 Do’s And Don’ts To Help Your College ApplicationApplying for colleges can be a very stressful time. There are some simple slip-ups you can avoid to help make all that time and energy spent on applications more successful.
Bills Would Guarantee Young School Children Enjoy RecessSome lawmakers want to assure that children don't miss out on recess.
College Board Replacing SAT 'Adversity Score'The company's chief executive now says the idea was a mistake.
Teachers Use Social Media To Help Gather School SuppliesThis year special needs teacher Kelly Tynan is taking part in a social media blitz called "clear the list."
Students At Three Colleges In Boston Ranked Among Country's Least HappyThree colleges in Boston aren't making the grade when it comes to student happiness.