BOSTON — Among the adjunct faculty’s reasons for forming a union, raises have not kept up with inflation and full-time faculty can make $3,000 more per course than adjunct faculty.
AMHERST, Mass. — Amherst College and the FBI are reopening the investigation into a theft from a campus art museum nearly 40 years ago.
BOSTON — A Boston University student organization has called on the school to cancel an upcoming concert by Robin Thicke over what it calls the singer’s sexist lyrics, but school officials say that is unlikely.
BOSTON — Massachusetts school districts have started fingerprinting teachers, administrators, bus drivers, and other employees, and forwarding the information to the FBI for national background checks.
BOSTON — While hundreds of thousands of students across the country attend virtual public schools, New England has been slow to adopt the high-tech education model as states weigh how to manage the schools and judge their performance.
LAWRENCE, Mass. — More than $3 million in grants will go to Massachusetts cities in an effort to close a persistent achievement gap in public education.
BOSTON — According to a new report by the College Board, which administers the test, nearly 28 percent of Massachusetts 2013 high school graduates scored 3 or higher – up from nearly 17 percent in 2003.
BOSTON — The state is taking public input over the next few weeks as it crafts guidelines aimed at keeping students in school by reducing suspensions and expulsions.
BEVERLY, Mass. — Two of the victims of early morning attacks at Endicott College were hospitalized with broken facial bones from the alleged attacks by Dillon Destefano, 19, of Riverdale, N.J.
BOSTON — A review of federal statistics by The Boston Globe shows that reports of sexual assaults on Boston-area college campuses have risen sharply over the past several years.
BOSTON — Union members and the AFL-CIO are urging Boston Mayor Martin Walsh to push for reinstatement of four school bus drivers who were fired after they were accused of instigating an illegal strike.
WASHINGTON — There’s been no real reduction in the number of U.S. school shootings despite increased security put in place after the rampage at Connecticut’s Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012.