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The soul of the university is up for grabs as it faces questions about student life, PC culture, and how to manage its gazillion-dollar endowment.
But we should still drop the anti-bullying law.
Just in time for graduation: our formula for a less-awful commencement speech.
If you’ve got young kids in the city, the Boston Public Schools lottery is on your mind. Boston‘s Amy Traverso recently prescribed strategies for dealing […]
Okay, so maybe my days of hitting up electro shows peaked when I was clubbin’ my way through Europe eight years ago, but I’ll have […]
It’s one thing to work with the Libyan government, under the guise of introducing its otherwise rapacious leaders to Western ideals. This is what the […]
Come kindergarten, urban families have no choice but to flee the city for the ’burbs, right? Think again. It is possible to put together a great education for your kids right in Boston. Here’s how.
Our exclusive ranking of the top districts in Greater Boston.
This month the Institute kicks off an anniversary celebration for the ages.
Adam Wheeler was hardly the first student to be accused of faking his way into the most hallowed grounds of academia — and he won’t be the last. Welcome to the new era of dishonesty.
Presenting our exclusive ranking of the Hub’s top 50 public high schools. Plus: How Boston’s education landscape is being reshape by charter schools like Roxbury Prep.
From Acton to Wellesley, area high schools are offering students unprecedented opportunities to excel. Here, some standout programs that prepare kids for life beyond the classroom.
Charter school advocates think they know how to save our students. With charters like Roxbury Prep set to expand dramatically, we’re about to find out if they’re right.
The bad news: Massachusetts is facing an obesity crisis. The good news? There’s a way to fix it.
When an abstinence club at Harvard got a little too preachy, a student group sprang up to defend a campus activity few thought would ever be imperiled: college kids having sex.
Public versus private. It’s an age-old debate in these parts, but today parents all over the Hub are reexamining their long-held assumptions about what’s best for their kids.
The curious MIT club that’s taken on a murder investigation as an afterschool project.