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.
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.
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.
Devin And Jason McCourty Strong Defenders Of Education Funding BillTwo high-profile supporters of the Student Opportunity Act are Devin and Jason McCourty of the New England Patriots.
Teachers Use Social Media To Help Gather School SuppliesThis year special needs teacher Kelly Tynan is taking part in a social media blitz called "clear the list."
New Boston School Superintendent Plans To Move Frequently Between NeighborhoodsShe’s an educator, a Minnesota transplant, and a Bruins fan in the making. Dr. Brenda Cassellius plans to get to know Boston in a unique way.
Lawsuit Challenges State's Education Funding SystemA lawsuit filed against Massachusetts officials says the state's education funding system shortchanges low-income school districts and the students they serve.
Keller @ Large: Lawmakers Near Agreement On Education Funding, But Not Without BacklashIt appears lawmakers are nearing agreement in major areas, but not without backlash against some of the political heat.
Wilmington English Teacher Brings The Spirit Of 'A Christmas Carol' AliveKristen Smith teaches 'A Christmas Carol' to her seventh graders every December. Her love of all things Dickens is obvious.
Eye On Education: National Digital Award Given To Swansea PrincipalJoseph Case High School Principal Brian McCann wants to encourage his students to take positive risks.
Eye On Education: Outward Bound Camp Draws Kids To Thompson IslandIt's a summer camp where the outdoors is the classroom, and nature is the teacher. And you can find it in Boston Harbor.
Students Shine A Light On Quality Mental Health Initiatives In High SchoolsThe Shine Initiative, a non-profit in Central Massachusetts, is helping students "shine a light" on good mental health at school.
METCO Mom Becomes The METCO's Newest CEOThe Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity has enlisted new leadership for its program, who happens to be a METCO Mom.
94% Of Teachers Spent Their Own Money On School Supplies, Survey FoundAlmost all public school teachers have spent some of their own money on school supplies without reimbursement
Eye On Education: STEM Activities Exposing Girl Scouts To New Career PossibilitiesIf you've ever been involved with Girl Scouts or known one, then you know it isn't all just about camping and cookies.