A finalist for a national award, she focuses on building strong relationships with her students.
When some of his students are suspended, the new teacher feels the reverberations in his classroom.
Guest columnist Nikki A. Greene teaches art history at Wellesley College. Yes, just like Julia Roberts ... or not.
Young veterans at Northeastern believe the new VFW post will be successful, despite low participation at the nation's other campus VFW in Oregon.
Many veterans in Boston believe that Northeastern University stands out for its commitment to veterans, including covering costs GI benefits do not cover.
Charter schools ended up being one of the hottest issues in the state during election season, with Question 2 asking voters to “lift the cap” on charter schools.
UP Academy Holland in Dorchester has since stopped suspending its youngest students and it's been looking at all of its discipline practices.
From Boston Latin to the Mattahunt, 2016 was a challenging year for BPS -- and more challenges lie ahead.
He tried to help students survive school, writes guest columnist Alden Blodget -- but they deserved better schools instead.
The schools are concerned that if Trump makes good on his promise to rescind all of President Obama's executive orders, students granted temporary relief from deportation could find themselves prevented from re-entering the country.
We're asking students, teachers and parents to tell us how they feel about America's worst subject.
While U.S. educators go to Scandinavia to find great schools, writes guest columnist Jacob Murray, educators from the Netherlands are coming here.
The two men were fired from the school after a videotape emerged showing them allegedly beating, whipping and threatening the victim.
"The story I should be telling the students is really nothing's going to change," said BU professor Seth Blumenthal.
The state did better than the nation as a whole. Still, analysts see plenty of room for improvement.
The president-elect's proposals for addressing student debt, writes guest columnist Bob Hildreth, could shut out many disadvantaged students.
The cuts affect anti-addiction programs, literacy outreach efforts, computer-science education and more.
A campus-wide email sent Friday says the school has issued "cease and desist" orders to four fraternities.
Accused of a "radical agenda," educators — including some in Massachusetts — express concerns about academic freedom.
Counselor Claudia Martinez works with students whose immigration status is uncertain under a Trump administration -- as protesters pointed out at the State House Monday.