Eye On Education: Project Bread Helps Schools Cook Healthy, Delicious FoodProject Bread, the statewide anti-hunger organization, has a successful program that highlights the importance of food education.
New Evidence Against Lori Loughlin And Husband Revealed In College Admissions ScandalNew details have emerged about the alleged involvement of actress Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli in the college admissions scandal.
MIT Professor Denies Misleading School Over Epstein FundingA Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor is denying accusations that he misled the school about two $50,000 gifts he facilitated from Jeffrey Epstein in 2012, arguing that institute officials had “full knowledge” Epstein was the donor.
Murals On Bathroom Stalls In Milford School Designed To Spread KindnessStudents at one Milford school will be in for a surprise when they return to class after winter break.
Catholic Memorial Students Use Headbands To Harness BrainpowerStudents at Catholic Memorial say new technology has helped them stay focused.
Young Carver Actress Stars In Acclaimed Anti-Bullying Short Film 'Snowflake'A local filmmaker and a young actress are teaming up to help teach kids to stand up to bullying with a short film called "Snowflake."
Mom Creates Website To Help Parents Navigate Boston School OptionsThe Boston School Finder has information about all public, private, charter, and parochial school options in the city.
Education Funding Overhaul Awaiting Action By Gov. BakerSupporters of the bill say it would make sure public schools have the resources to provide high-quality education for students across the state, regardless of zip code or income level.
Landmark Education Bill Will Send $1.5B To Massachusetts SchoolsIf the bill becomes law, it would give an additional $1.5 billion dollars to the state’s school districts.
Boston School For The Deaf Celebrates 150 Years With Dual Language School DesignationThe Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Allston was the first public school for the deaf in the country.
MIT Dog-Like Robots Do Backflips And Play SoccerOn a recent fall day at MIT, a group of players kicked around a soccer ball on the school's Killian Court lawn. They ran around and jumped in piles of leaves. They even did backflips. But these weren't students, they were cheetahs. Mini cheetahs, actually. Oh, and they're robots.
Brain Scans Show Girls And Boys Equal At MathSeveral studies have already debunked the myth that boys are innately better at math than girls, but those were largely based on analysis of test scores.
It Happens Here: iRobot's STEM Program In Bedford Helps Kids Get CreativeInside the iRobot campus right off Route 3 in Bedford it's all about creation and innovation.
Woburn High School Offers More Classes To Teach Critical Thinking, 'Soft Skills'A recent study by a local education company found a significant number of college-educated people could not tell the difference between real and fake information.
Milton High School Students Grow Greens, Learn Life Skill With Indoor GardenSpecial education students are getting the chance to grow their own garden right in the classroom.