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More than a dozen routes were not covered Monday morning.
More than a dozen routes were not covered on Monday.
Marcus Smart and James Young visited the Harvard-Kent School on Monday, June 30.
City youths determined how to spend $1 million of the city's capital budget.
Art will be featured from students of several schools in Charlestown.
The schools were part of an initiative and received more than $700,000 in funding.
Charlestown students have until May 15 to apply; decisions will be made by June 1.
The school was also ranked 56th in the nation.
Students will gain entrepreneurship skills through the effort across Boston.
With a new home-based choice system, 73 percent of incoming K2 families have received the their top choice for schools.
Residents can vote for candidates on the Hood website, with national winners receiving $5,000.
Officials are looking to recruit from outside the Boston district for as many as 1,000 positions.
Seventh and eight-grade students affected by cut bus service would instead receive MBTA passes.
Eighteen states worked together to develop the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) exam.
An initial budget includes a $14 million shortfall that could result in layoffs by June 30.
A Snow Emergency goes into effect as of 11 p.m. Tuesday.
New findings from Harvard reveal that keeping schools open during a storm could be potentially more detrimental to learning than school closure.
Despite storm, it will be a "normal" day for Boston Public students.
A list of tips and ideas to help kids adapt to the new national curriculum requirements in school.
As cursive becomes endangered in schools, Americans evaluate what it’s really good for.