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The public supports student-centered learning, write guest columnists Chad d'Entremont and Nick Donohue, and policymakers should, too.
President Trump, a fellow Republican, has rolled back federal protections for transgender students in public schools.
Experts from the state attorney general’s office as well as LGBTQ advocacy groups say the federal change won't alter protections in Mass. that have been years in the making.
In the age of "alternative facts" and "fake news," universities are trying to help students figure out which news sources they can trust.
Whether you're a parent, a student, a teacher or a taxpayer, we want to know your questions about the way we pay for education in Massachusetts.
When Northampton decided more than a year ago to welcome refugees into their community, public schools were included in the planning process.
A report finds lead in the water at nearly half the state's schools and says the law isn't strong enough to protect children.
For many Boston parents, snow days are a source of stress. But growing wisdom -- not a slackening regional spine -- may be behind a series of recent snow days.
As Sean Spicer says "get with the program," guest columnist Daniel Osborn looks to history for another view, one he says teachers should embrace.
In the academic world, this is mainly a story about students from Iran. But university officials are worried that international students in general may rethink studying in the U.S.
While next year's budget plan does include cost-saving cuts, they won’t hit the classroom.
Clinton graduated from Wellesley with high honors in 1969 and was selected by her classmates to be the school's first ever student commencement speaker.
Boston International Newcomers Academy offers a soft landing for immigrant and refugee students. We speak with some of them about President Trump's travel ban.
ImeIme Umana expects to receive her law degree next year.
Schools express confusion over travel plans and dismay over an action "fundamentally inconsistent" with academic values.
The school reformer believed in choice, comments his widow and fellow reformer, Nancy Sizer -- but also in keeping public money in public schools.
The university's endowment, about $36 billion, will now mostly be handled by outside firms.
Gov. Baker plans to add $91 million in aid to schools, but Sen. Sonia Chang-Diaz says that won't solve long-term problems.
The state's higher education board heard a report Tuesday saying almost half of all campuses find an increase.
After Trump's election, many politically conservative college students say they’ve felt increasingly uncomfortable expressing their views.