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The holiday can be fraught for educators who are hoping to teach students about love and consent — at a moment when those lessons seem especially important.
A divided crowd turned up at a hearing to discuss revised plans for the high school. The proposed building size was reduced by 46 percent in response to community concerns...
Attorneys made a final round of arguments in a lawsuit that says Harvard University discriminates against Asian-Americans.
Hampshire College President Miriam Nelson discusses the future of the embattled school and others like it.
Harvard University on Friday asked a federal court and a state court to dismiss two lawsuits by members of final clubs and fraternities and sororities.
Some activists praised the change as a step in the right direction, but said it will take more than a scheduling change to foster diversity at prestigious schools, especially Boston...
The district expects to spend another 2 or 3 percent more than it did last year. But there is some genuine change afoot in the district's approach to funding its...
MIT President Rafael Reif announced Wednesday that he's accepting the recommendation of an earlier review that found no "compelling case" to break with the kingdom.
Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School in Charlton is testing out new devices that will help administrators determine whether students are vaping in the restrooms.
The Super Bowl provided an opportunity for students at the Perkins School for the Blind to practice throwing a party.
About 60 first-year students -- all of whom had either been granted admission through early decision this year or deferred admission last year -- will be admitted, the Hampshire's board...
Up to 20 students across the state can take advantage of the pilot program.
Smith College in Northampton said it has now implemented several new policies meant to reduce the likelihood of "bias-related incidents."
School leaders announced Tuesday that it is putting the South End campus building on the market, and looking for another location in Boston "consistent with the school's 21st century needs."
Meet José Bou, who went from solitary confinement to college professor and youth mentor.
More than half of the college students who borrowed from the loan program are in collection, raising concerns about the state-funded initiative.
Charter schools are looking at ways to try to keep more teachers in the classroom longer.
Gov. Charlie Baker is proposing a number of changes to the way school funding is calculated and some new funding for college students.
Massachusetts regulators have approved a plan to monitor the financial situation of the state's private nonprofit colleges. Now they have to weigh the survival of those colleges against the interests...
Since at least 2015, the district has tried to restore an across-the-board age limit. But last week, BPS announced that it will once again soften its efforts when it comes...