For 6-year-old Sadie Hernandez, the first day of online school started at her round, wooden kitchen … Read more about The Biggest Distance-Learning Experiment In History: Week One
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The U.S. Senate's $2 trillion coronavirus relief package includes more than $30 billion for … Read more about Coronavirus Relief Package Offers Up More Than $30 Billion For Education
The vast majority of the nation’s schools have pressed pause due to the current pandemic. In many … Read more about We’re About To Hear Many Suggestions About How To Reshape Education. Here’s How To Sort Them Out.
The Dearborn STEM Academy was built in 2018 and feels more like a collegiate building than a high … Read more about Creating pathways for Boston students
School districts in Massachusetts have new marching orders from the state: they will have to start … Read more about As Outbreak Spreads, State Says Mass. Public Schools Must Educate Students With Disabilities
Nicole Estaphan talks to students and teachers about the challenges they face and meets with … Read more about Paying it forward in the Boston School system
As Ohio began closing school buildings in mid-March and shifting to online education to limit the … Read more about U.S. Schools Trying to Teach Online Highlight a Digital Divide
Today was the last day of in-person classes for kids in Boston Public Schools. On Friday, Mayor … Read more about Boston Schools Prepare For Six Weeks Without Students In Their Halls
Boston Public Schools began distributing prepackaged breakfast and lunch at designated locations on … Read more about BPS, nonprofits step up food distribution efforts to fight coronavirus crisis