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.
Missy Elliot, Justin Timberlake To Receive Doctorates At Berklee CommencementThe Berklee College of Music commencement ceremony will feature plenty of star power this spring.
UMass Announces Plan To Launch Online College For AdultsThe program could help UMass against increasing financial pressures.
Eye On Education: Parents Thank 'Top Teacher' At May InstituteFor parents who receive a diagnosis that their child has Autism Spectrum Disorder, it can be frightening and overwhelming to consider what it means for their child’s future.
Natick 'Top Teacher' Embraces Use Of Social Media, Technology In ClassroomThere’s one teacher in Natick who loves her role as a bright young star. In fact, her elementary school has been an important part of her life for a long time.
Special Needs Students Work, Learn At Westboro Candy ShopThe Boro Sugar Shack is a great place to be on the day before Valentine's Day, but it's also part of an innovative school program.
School Lunches Are Linked To Better ScoresChildren who consistently eat lunch at school are more likely to score better on standardized tests, according to a study out of India.
Massachusetts Tops Advanced Placement Exams For Third Straight YearThe College Board says 32.9 percent of the state's public school graduates last year scored a three or better on at least one exam.