Boston School Committee Student Member Resigns, Says District Was 'Censoring' Him17-year-old Khymani James, a senior at Boston Latin Academy, says adult administrators and school board members simply overlook and ignore input from him and fellow students.
Boston Teachers Union Votes No Confidence In Superintendent Ahead Of Additional Schools ReopeningThe Boston Teachers Union has passed a vote of no confidence in Boston Public Schools Superintendent Brenda Cassellius.
Boston Plans To Reopen 28 Schools To High-Need StudentsBoston Public Schools will welcome more high-need students back to the classroom next week.
Boston Schools Not Likely To Fully Reopen Before Christmas, Walsh SaysBoston Public Schools suspended in-person learning for all students in late October as coronavirus cases started to surge again.
4 Boston Schools Resume In-Person Learning For High Needs StudentsFour Boston schools will reopen for high needs students in special education on Monday.
'It's Shameful': Parents Of Special Needs Students In Disbelief Over Boston Schools Remote LearningAfter only three weeks of a hybrid model, some parents were shocked to hear Boston schools were switching back to remote learning.
Boston Public Schools Suspend In-Person Learning For All StudentsThe City of Boston announced on Wednesday that it is suspending all in-person learning for students due to rising coronavirus numbers.
Boston Delays Next Phase Of In-Person Learning Until October 29Boston Public Schools has again delayed the next phase of in-person learning.
Judge Denies Boston Teachers The Option To Teach RemotelyA judge denied teachers the option to teach remotely, stating "the injunction sought by the BTU is not consonant with the public interest."
Boston Teachers Union Seeks Injunction To Stop In-Person LearningThe Boston Teachers Union is seeking an injunction to stop plans that would require educators to teach in person.
Thousands Of Boston Students Return To School As Covid Cases RiseMore than 3,700 high-need students came back to school in Boston for hybrid learning despite the city's recent designation as a "high-risk" zone.
Students Making Ten Thousand Doorstops To Help With Classroom VentilationStudents at Madison Park Technical Vocational High School are using their shop skills to help schools throughout Boston.
Boston Parents, Teachers Push For More In Person Learning For Special Ed StudentsParents and teachers rallied for more in-person learning for students considered "high need."
Boston Public Schools Show Off Preparations For In-Person LearningBoston school leaders showed the various safety protocols in place to protect students, staff and visitors for in-person learning this fall.
Survey Shows Boston Students Split Between Remote, Hybrid Learning This FallAll students will begin with remote learning on Sept. 21. That will continue into October when students who opted for hybrid learning will be phased into the schools.