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Dozens of similar small colleges across the state are now confronting the same tough decisions. Here's why, and what many may do to stay open.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and three college presidents are lining up against a Trump administration proposal to offer more protections to students accused of sexual assault.
The state's largest teachers union is asking Gov. Charlie Baker to commit to a multi-year program that will lead to the investment of $1.5 billion in K-12 and public higher...
Teachers sometimes have to come up with creative ways to help students with disabilities.
The college is looking for what it calls a "strategic partner" to help ensure the viability of the institution going forward.
Teachers on strike, this time in Los Angeles, the country’s second-largest school district. We’ll hear the debate on both sides.
Hampshire College is one of Massachusetts' most prominent small colleges. But its president says it's "not immune" to structural forces facing private colleges of its size.
In this story from Africa, the Middle East and the Caucasus, Jake Borelli (Grey's Anatomy) plays a prince whose newfound weaving skills come in handier than he ever imagined.
Pre-K and kindergarten teachers have a lot to do: teaching early literacy, numbers, interpersonal skills — and in some states, changing diapers.
The Orleans Parish School Board moved in December to give control of McDonogh 35 Senior High School to the local charter group InspireNOLA.
Refugee parents often have to overcome overwhelming barriers to participate in their children's schools and learning.
The new building's planned size will shrink by around 46 percent and include more parking. Neighboring residents and community groups have not responded to requests for comment.
After a weeklong public hearing, the Neshaminy School District could be forced to retire its mascot, which many consider to be racist.
A teachers' strike looks likely after the city's teachers' union and school district failed to reach an agreement Monday.
Again there's an ambitious bill to increase funding for Massachusetts public schools. Its path to passage remains uncertain, though the bill does have some powerful new supporters.
If you're a new parent trying to communicate with your infant, you may have tried baby sign language: specialized gestures babies can learn to communicate words.
"Open grade books" are causing unneeded stress for students and families, some educators say. KQED's Tonya Mosely has been dealing with the anxiety in her own home.
During her term, Regina Robinson won a reputation as a relative maverick on a committee appointed by the mayor and known for its unanimity.
The idea behind the pilot program is to consider tampons and sanitary pads as "everyday essentials" and make them more accessible.