Some Boston Students Walk Out Of Class Demanding Remote Learning Count Towards 180 School DaysA handful of students walked out of Boston schools Friday asking for a temporary return to remote learning due to rising COVID cases.
Boston Schools 'Running On Fumes' Due To COVID Staffing And Safety Issues, Superintendent SaysBoston Superintendent of Schools Brenda Cassellius said the district is "running on fumes" trying to navigate the staffing and safety issues.
Boston Superintendent Brenda Cassellius Fills In As Fourth Grade Teacher Amid Staffing ShortageSuperintendent Dr. Brenda Cassellius took on a different role Wednesday in the middle of a staffing shortage in Boston schools – classroom teacher.
Dr. Brenda Cassellius Says Boston Public Schools Ready To Start New Year ThursdayWBZ TV's Paula Ebben talked to Boston Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Brenda Cassellius about the year ahead as the city starts a new school year Thursday.
BPS Superintendent Cassellius, Volunteers Go Door-To-Door To Reach Students Who Dropped Out During PandemicBoston Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Brenda Cassellius and volunteers are trying to reach students who dropped out of school during the pandemic.
Boston High-Needs Students Return To In-Person Learning After Storm Delays ReopeningThousands of students returned to school in Boston for in-person learning Thursday as the city gradually brings kids back to their classrooms.
Boston Public Schools Plan To Reopen In March With Hybrid LearningBoston Public Schools plan to bring students back to the classroom in a hybrid learning model, starting March 1.
28 Boston Public Schools Reopen For 1,700 High-Needs StudentsTwenty-eight Boston public schools re-opened Monday allowing about 1,700 high-needs students to return to the classroom.
Mass. Education Commissioner Pushes For In-Person Learning For High-Needs Students In Largest DistrictsJeffrey Riley, commissioner of elementary and secondary education, is urging public school districts in Boston, Worcester and Springfield to bring high-needs students back to the classroom for in-person learning.
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.
'Devastating And Terrifying': Families Of Special Needs Students Fear Boston Will Cancel In Person LearningThe union is demanding Boston Public Schools switch back to all-remote learning, citing safety concerns for teachers.
Boston Moves Ahead With In-Person Learning Despite Entering High-Risk Red ZoneThe city began the first phase of its hybrid plan Thursday with 3,500 high needs students heading into school buildings.
South Boston Catholic Academy Students Return For Full In-Person LearningStudents at South Boston Catholic Academy were welcomed back to school Wednesday morning for the first time in five months.
Family Decision: Boston Parents To Consider Remote, Hybrid School ReopeningThirteen-year-old Oriana Dunker and her family decided she would take classes online this fall.
Boston Public School Bus Monitors Left In Financial LimboBoston school bus monitors have not been paid since June, but don’t qualify for unemployment.