65 Years After Brown Vs. Board Of Education, Segregation Is On The Rise
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65 Years After Brown Vs. Board Of Education, Segregation Is On The RiseWBZ's Liam Martin reports.
'Adversity Score' On SATs To Rate Students From 1 To 100The new score will take into account the crime rate and poverty level of a student's neighborhood.
Math Homework Help For ParentsDr. Matthew Beyranevand and Dr. Hilary Kreisberg have a new book out called “Adding Parents to the Equation: Understanding Your Child’s Elementary School Math.” The authors joined Paula Ebben and Liam Martin with tips for success.
Brenda Cassellius Will Be Next Boston Schools SuperintendentCassellius is a former classroom teacher who oversaw the Minnesota schools for nine years. WBZ's Jon Keller reports.
Eye On Education: STEM Day In Dorchester; WPI Robotics Championship; Memory Project In WrenthamWBZ-TV's Paula Ebben has the latest education headlines.
High School Students Get Hands On Training At Harvard Medical School Simulation LabMassachusetts' First Lady Lauren Baker cut the ribbon for a new simulation lab at the Harvard Medical school where high school students gets hands on biology experience. WBZ-TV's Lisa Hughes reports.
Options For Getting An Education Without A Pile Of Student Loan DebtWBZ-TV's Chris McKinnon reports.
Eye On Education: Brookline High School Student Competes In National Science Talent SearchFrank Xu found a complex of enzymes linked to a life-threatening kidney disease.
College Admissions Scheme Angers Local StudentsWBZ-TV's Tashanea Whitlow reports.

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Most Underrated CollegesCambridge-based CollegeVine helped compile a list of the 50 most underrated colleges in America. Vinay Bhaskara, one of their founders, said these colleges give families the best bang for you buck. He joined Liam Martin and Paula Ebben on TV 38.
Eye On Education: Top Teacher Lorraine MageeMs. Magee, as she’s known to her fourth graders, teaches at a school where she knows the hallways very well - she was once a student at Johnson Elementary School in Natick. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Special Needs Students Work, Learn At Westboro Candy ShopIt's a great place to be on the day before Valentine's Day, but a candy store in Westboro is also part of an innovative school program. WBZ-TV's Lisa Hughes reports.
Massachusetts Tops Advanced Placement Exams For Third Straight YearWBZ TV's Chris McKinnon reports.
Eye On Education: Passing The Plumbing Test; STEM Learning With Robots In Hull; #DoKind In FraminghamWBZ-TV's Paula Ebben highlights some terrific education stories around the region.
Massachusetts Ranked No. 1 In Report On Most Educated StatesA new WalletHub analysis of the most and least educated states in America finds Massachusetts at the head of the class.
Artist Hopes Brady-Belichick Lego Mural Inspires StudentsThe GOAT and the coach, two Patriots heroes now the subjects of a unique portrait, made by Peabody school kids out of Legos. WBZ-TV's Liam Martin reports.
Eye On Education: Wilmington English Teacher Brings The Spirit Of 'A Christmas Carol' AliveWBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports on the Wilmington teacher's unique lesson.
Wilmington English Teacher Brings The Spirit Of 'A Christmas Carol' AliveWe all know educators who go the extra mile, but Wilmington English Teacher Kristin Smith traveled more than three thousand miles for her students. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Principal Of The Year Inspires Students At Dorchester Elementary SchoolCraig Martin was named the 2018 Massachusetts Elementary School Principal of the Year. He says the key to success is that he’s all in. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Robots Join Students In Boston High School ClassroomIt's a unique adventure in learning, with an eye towards the future and what these robots can do is entirely up to the students. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Wayland School Committee Approves Later Start Times For High SchoolsWayland’s School Committee voted Monday to approve a proposal to change the start and end times for all public schools in town, starting next fall.
What To Ask When Picking A Preschool For Your ChildHarvard University is doing a first of its kind study of preschools in Massachusetts. The author of the study, Dr. Nonie Lesaux, explains what you should be looking for when picking out schools.
App Notified East Bridgewater School To Threat, Prompts LockdownAfter a threatening message referring to the Columbine tragedy, East Bridgewater High School was put on lock down. WBZ-TV's Bill Shields reports.
Eye On Education: Nationwide Digital Award Given To Swansea PrincipalAccording to McCann, "if you're not going to be a risk taker how do you expect your teachers or your students to become one?"WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
'We Care': South Boston Community Shows Support For School Hit By Racist GraffitiWBZ-TV's Anna Meiler reports.
Harvard Professor Paul Reville On Admissions LawsuitProfessor Paul Reville joined Liam Martin and Paula Ebben to discuss the lawsuit against Harvard University. Reville says it is a case about discrimination, not affirmative action.
Eye On Education: Milken Educator Award; Blue Ribbon SchoolWBZ-TV's Paula Ebben has this week's education headlines.

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