Eye On Education: Roxbury School Kids Perform At White House Talent ShowStudents from the Orchard Gardens elementary school in Roxbury performed at the first-ever White House talent show in celebration of the nationwide Turnaround Arts Program.
Eye On Education: 'Kite Flying Project' Aims To Get Students Interested In EngineeringLearning takes place all the time, even when a child is playing. A group of students from the Wetherbee School in Lawrence were in a math lesson while flying kites in a Raytheon parking lot.
MGH Program Gives HS Students Up-Close Look At Health Care CareersA group of students from Boston, Chelsea, and Revere get a front-row seat on the science of health care in the Mass. General Hospital Youth Scholars program.
Belmont High Teacher Named Mass. Teacher Of The Year Social Studies teacher Dr. Jeff Shea has been named the Massachusetts Teacher Of The Year.
Thousands Of Boston Students To Participate In Lemonade DayLemonade Day teaches elementary and middle school students about entrepreneurship.
Eye On Education: North End School Teaches AgricultureSt. John's School students are growing their own vegetables in a tower garden.
Eye On Education: BU Studies Effects Of Marathon Bombings On ChildrenPsychologist Jonathan Comer led a study that assessed the effects of the bombings on children from various parts of the state.
Eye On Education: Local Students Connect With Afghan GirlsA Sharon Middle School club videoconferences with girls at the Zabuli Education Center in Afghanistan.
Eye On Education: "CopSync" Technology Improves School SafetySaugus is the first Massachusetts district to use CopSync, a program that alerts the five closest cruisers in the area.
Eye On Education: 'Chefs In Schools' Program Aims To Improve LunchesWhen it comes to nutrition or taste, school lunches don’t have the best reputation. The anti-hunger group Project Bread is trying to turn that around with the “Chefs in Schools” program.
Eye On Education: Mass. Students To Pilot New Standardized TestWe hear it all the time - American children are falling behind their peers in other countries. Now, there's a push for new national standards for testing.