Boston Pushing To Make School Bus Fleet Fully Electric By 2030School buses in Boston will be going green in the near future, Mayor Michelle Wu announced on Wednesday.
Biden Administration To Extend Pandemic Student Loan Payment Pause Through August 31Student loan payments were scheduled to resume May 1 after being halted since early in the pandemic, but borrowers are now getting additional time.
Boston's COVID Public Health Emergency Ends, But School Mask Mandate RemainsAfter more than two years, Boston's COVID Public Health emergency ended Friday.
Randolph Teacher Surprised With $25,000 Prize As Milken Award WinnerA Randolph teacher received a huge surprise Wednesday when she learned she was the recipient of the prestigious Milken Award for educators.
Harvard Law Falls Out Of Top 3 In New Graduate School RankingThe prestigious law school's slide in the ranking is making headlines.
MIT Bringing Back SAT/ACT Test RequirementMIT is bucking the trend of colleges going test-optional.
How Changes To The College Application Process Are Making It More Difficult For StudentsEducation Consultant Cathy Costa explains that there are a number of reasons for the uptick in competition.
BC, BU, And Northeastern Receiving Record Number Of College ApplicationsSeveral local colleges and universities are seeing a record amount of applications, making a stressful process even worse.
Mayor Michelle Wu Tells DESE She 'Firmly' Opposes State Taking Over Boston SchoolsMayor Michelle Wu told the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education Tuesday that she "firmly" opposes the state putting Boston schools into receivership.
Free School Lunch May Be Coming To An End For Millions Of KidsLawmakers have not yet agreed to extend the pandemic waivers for free school meals.
Fate Of New Bristol-Plymouth Campus Rests On Saturday's ReferendumOfficials are asking voters to approve a new $305 million campus during a vote on the special referendum Saturday.