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As Massachusetts colleges gear up for the return of their students, advocates for a bill that aims to gather better information about the prevalence of campus sexual assault are ready...
Around 80 students from China have spent the summer in Chester, New Hampshire, practicing their English and learning more about American culture.
Disappointing as it is that we’ve once again stumbled in our path to an improved education system, there is a silver lining: we now have an opportunity to build upon...
You may not realize this, but when you get that financial aid letter from a college, nothing is set in stone.
The lack of a 'foundation budget' bill this session has left Massachusetts families and educators with a lot of questions. We’ll try to answer a few of those here.
The school also released the transcript of the call to campus police.
The state's public records laws and legislative tradition may make it very difficult to find out why the bipartisan-supported effort to retool the state's 25-year-old education funding formula fell apart.
A Smith employee called police for "someone who seemed to be out of place." She was a black undergrad eating lunch.
One key issue left unaddressed by state lawmakers, as they wrapped up this year's formal sessions early Tuesday morning is the question of minimum funding requirements for public schools.
The protest is part of a campaign against a $7.8 million contract that university researcher Glen Pierce has with ICE.
This year's foundation budget bill was the most ambitious attempt to overhaul funding for Massachusetts' public schools in 25 years, and it sank late Tuesday night on Beacon Hill.
Seventy-six colleges nationwide have already taken steps to rid their campuses of student loans. As Bob Hildreth writes, the rest of colleges need the will and a plan to do...
The camp, for middle schoolers in the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe, infuses rigorous science with tribal traditions, in order to prepare the next generation of tribal leaders for a changing world.
Harvard University says a group suing it for racial discrimination against Asian-Americans used flawed statistical analysis.
When looking at disparities in pay based on gender within occupations, education stands out as unusually egregious.
Civics education would become more prominent in public schools across Massachusetts, under a bill filed Tuesday.
"It doesn’t sound good to say, 'I’m a politician and I support a school that gives a skin shock to disabled people,'" said Louisa Goldberg, whose son lives at the...
The governor has proposed spending an additional $72 million for school safety. Few in education dispute the need for more counselors and social workers, but some say preexisting needs in...
Most deaf children have language delays when they get to school. Two pilot programs are trying a new approach to help these kids learn language.
There is some question as to whether the Boston School Committee violated the state's open meeting law by not voting on the settlement agreement in open session.