BOSTON (CBS) – Every day we are bombarded with images in magazines, on TV, and online. And those images can shape a young girl’s self-esteem before she even understands what she’s looking at. 467 more words
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ANDOVER (CBS) — There are parades and ceremonies to commemorate Veterans Day, and then there are. . . bridal dresses?
It’s called Operation Bridal Gown and on Tuesday there was a Veterans Day parade of brides-to-be at Tulle Bridal Shop in Andover. 312 more words
BOSTON (CBS) – Yanni Cabrera is a confident and smart high school senior ready to take on the world. But, she wasn’t always like this, “I used to be afraid of adults. 331 more words
STOUGHTON (CBS) – Over the years traditional rows of desks and chairs in classrooms have disappeared.
Richard Gillespie goes to Dawe Elementary School in Stoughton and he’s a big fan of some new classroom equipment. 370 more words
BOSTON (CBS) – In a recent WBZ/UMass Amherst poll of Massachusetts voters, education was one of the top issues of concern.
As part of our Eye on Education series, we talked to the two major party candidates for governor about their plans for educating the children of the Commonwealth. 431 more words
BROOKLINE (CBS) – Coding is not only called the language of tomorrow — it’s actually the language of today. It’s how we talk to computers to make them do the things we want. 493 more words
BOSTON (CBS) – There is new voice in the leadership of the Boston Public Schools.
Rahn Dorsey is the first appointee to the cabinet level position of “Chief of Education,” which was created by Mayor Martin Walsh. 363 more words