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Can a computer grade an essay? Yes, writes Rich Barlow, but not particularly well. And not without algorithmic bias.
Our infographic shows the last 10 years of student exam performance — by district and sub-population.
The question arises from a lawsuit by a Gordon College professor, who claims she was denied promotion because of her advocacy for the college's LGBT students.
Three new and soon-to-be voters at Putnam City High School in Oklahoma City share their thoughts on 2020, impeachment and the media.
Six students from Detroit's worst-performing public schools allege they were deprived of their right to access literacy in their public schools.
The College Board is selling the names and personal information of test-takers to universities, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
The two schools are "exploring an alliance" that would transfer Marlboro's academic programs, endowment and real estate holdings to Emerson.
The National Assessment of Educational Progress results are in, and one bright spot in the data is Mississippi.
The case, John Doe v. Boston College, involves a current male BC student accused of sexually assaulting a female BC student in November of 2018.
Activists, and even some journalists, are reevaluating long-held ideas about how the press should work.
We talk to author Paul Tough about his new book.
This Thanksgiving season, WBUR is teaming up with StoryCorps to encourage students to interview elders in their lives.
A nonprofit examined the leadership of the state's 92 colleges and universities, and found a power gap -- and a pay gap -- for women. The report found women hold...
Meggie Noel reflects on her struggles -- and triumphs -- at Boston Latin School at a time when racial tensions were heightened across the U.S. and inside her prestigious exam...
The latest job figures show a softening yet still growing labor market.
Elizabeth Warren arrived on campus in 1992 as a visiting professor. The previous spring, students had occupied the hall in front of the dean's office, in part to protest the...
Some school districts are using tech companies to monitor students' digital activity around the clock. Could this compromise student privacy?
UMass Boston students discuss the 2020 election.
The Dedham School Committee unanimously approved the four-year deal Tuesday night, following the one-day teachers strike in the town
Massachusetts fourth and eighth graders scored around 10 points higher than the national average in the standardized test.