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In a time of major upheaval, what does the future hold for higher learning in Boston? Five hometown college and university leaders peer into their crystal ball—and what they see might surprise you.
How Massachusetts Ranked in Forbes‘ Top Colleges List
Harvard and MIT are still at the top.
This Is the Book BPS Kids Are Reading This Summer
Author Tonya Mezrich gave out 10,000 copies today, thanks to Vertex Pharmaceuticals.
An Algorithm “Diminished Integration” at Boston Schools, a Report Found
The new system did not fix inequality in the city and reflects “a potentially troubling trend.”
UMass Tuition Is Going Up Again
Its board approved an increase of 2.5 percent, or $351 on average.
Are You a Preschool Parent? We’d Love to Hear from You
Tell us why you love your preschool.
A Lawsuit Seeks Info on a “School-to-Deportation Pipeline” at BPS
Are Boston schools leading immigrant students to ICE? A new suit wants to know.
Our exclusive ranking of the top districts in Greater Boston.
MIT Is Sticking by Junot Díaz
The professor, who has been accused of verbal abuse and sexual misconduct, was cleared in a university investigation.
Want a Better Shot at Getting into UMass-Amherst?
Move to Connecticut.
Here’s How to Go to UMass Boston for Free
One local CEO wants to pay students’ tuition and offer them post-grad employment.
TBT: Mass. Becomes the First State to Make Kids Go to School
Compulsory education laws are now on the books across the country.
UMass’s Mount Ida Headache Isn’t Going Away
The faculty at UMass Boston have “no confidence” in the university system’s leaders.
Fourteen Students Have Been Accused of Vandalizing Arlington High School
Anti-gay slurs and a swastika were found outside the school last week.
The Best Public High Schools in Mass., Ranked
How well did your district do?
The Confusing MIT Court Decision, Explained
Here’s what a ruling on a student suicide means for higher education.
Boston College Will Rescind Bill Cosby’s Honorary Degree
The school initially said it was against its policy to do so.