'There’s No Golden Ticket Essay,' Students Adjusting To Changing College Admissions ProcessAdmissions expert Casey Near of Collegewise says there are ways to make the application process less stressful.
College Tuition Insurance Helps Students Who May Need To Withdraw From School For Medical ReasonsGradGuard is a third-party insurer that works with more than a dozen Boston-area schools to help cover the cost if there is a medical need to withdraw.
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.
'A Lot Of Anxiety,' Some School Districts Get Extra Student Counseling Help From Local Mental Health ProvidersAbout 60 schools in Massachusetts are partnering with Gosnold Behavioral Health System in Falmouth for additional counseling of students.
'Wear A Mask,' Dr. Mallika Marshall Answers Kids' Questions About COVID-19 As School BeginsDr, Mallika Marshall answered kids’ questions about the coronavirus and how it would impact them as they head back to school full-time
'You Get To Have Fun,' Salem School Program Helps Kids Catch Up From Pandemic Learning LossThe depth of pandemic learning loss is a real concern across Massachusetts as a new school year begins. But Salem hopes to have gotten a jump start in closing that gap.
7 Massachusetts School Districts To Offer Full-Time Remote Learning To Students This FallThirteen districts applied to the state to start remote learning academies. Seven will welcome students this fall.
What Age Can I Leave My Kids Home Alone After School? In Massachusetts, It's Up To ParentsIn some states, the answer is determined by law.
'There Could Be Some Disruption In Service,' Districts Scrambling To Find School Bus DriversOne of the largest school transportation providers in the state is about 300 drivers short to start the school year this week.
Families Flock To Tutoring Companies To Help Fill Pandemic Learning GapThere has been a spike in families looking for tutors during the pandemic.
Brockton Summer Camp To Address Pandemic Learning Loss In Fun EnvironmentA summer camp program in Brockton will balance learning with fun.
Hands-On Learning At Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical School Helps Feed The CommunityStudents at Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical School are learning to cook while providing 3,500 meals for people in the area.
COVID-19 Pool Testing Could Help Students Return To Classrooms, Keep Schools OpenCOVID-19 pool testing is seen as the most efficient and cost-effective way to test large numbers of people.
Eye On Education: At-Home Lab Kits Help Students Thrive Outside ClassroomA Massachusetts non-profit made sure that lab work was never missed during the pandemic.
Eye On Education: Non-Profit Matches Volunteers To Students Who Need Extra HelpBoston Partners in Education is a non-profit that works to match volunteers with students who need individual help.