348 At Massachusetts Schools Test Positive For COVID-19 In Last WeekThere have been 348 new COVID-19 cases among students and staff in Massachusetts schools in the last week.
'Willing To Try': Baker Stresses Need For In-Person Learning After Tour Of Carlisle SchoolMassachusetts Governor Charlie Baker stressed the importance of getting students back into the classroom whenever possible, with COVID-19 precautions in place.
Harvard Cleared Of Racial Bias Against Asian Americans In AdmissionsA federal appeals court on Thursday upheld a ruling clearing Harvard University of discrimination against Asian American applicants.
Mass. Teacher Of The Year: School During COVID Should Focus On 'The Child And Their Reality'Massachusetts Teacher of the Year Jennifer Hedrington tells concerned parents, "this is just a grain of sand on the beach of life. This will pass."
Massachusetts Releases New Guidance On High School Winter SportsMassachusetts released new guidance Friday for high school winter sports. Some will get to play games, but athletes will have to wear masks at all times.
Boston Schools To Get $6.2 Million To Replace Lead Contaminated Water FountainsThe Environmental Protection Agency has given them a $6.215 million grant for new, filtered water fountains and bottle filling stations.
252 At Massachusetts Schools Test Positive For Coronavirus In Last WeekThere have been more than 250 coronavirus cases among students and staff in Massachusetts schools in the last week.
286 At Massachusetts Schools Test Positive For Coronavirus In Last WeekThere have been nearly 300 coronavirus cases among students and staff in Massachusetts schools in the last week.
Framingham Public Schools' Explorers Program Helps Kids Handle Remote LearningA Framingham Public Schools enrichment program called The Explorers is working to help families keep their kids on track. 
MGH Doctor Writes Coronavirus Book To Make It Less Scary For KidsA doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital wants to make coronavirus a little less scary for kids, so she’s written a book for them.
Snow Days Or Remote Learning? Massachusetts Leaves It Up To School DistrictsThe Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has released new guidance stating that decision will be up to each local school district.