BOSTON (CBS) — We hear it all the time – American children are falling behind their peers in other countries. Now, there’s a push for new national standards for testing. 638 more words
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BOSTON (CBS) – We all get by with a little help from our friends. For one boy recovering from a double lung transplant and trying to keep up in school, that friend just happens to be a robot. 308 more words
BOSTON (CBS) — It’s the news no expecting mom wants to hear, “there was a chance she was going to be stillborn or wouldn’t live past her first year.” 347 more words
BOSTON (CBS) – There is a gender gap that worries educators: not enough female students are studying engineering, math, and computer science in college.
Administrators at Worcester Polytechnic Institute are trying to get girls interested in these subjects by exposing them at an early age. 291 more words
BOSTON (CBS) – A so called “flipped” or “blended” classroom is a growing trend in education.
This is when a student takes a virtual lesson at home, and then comes into school to have it reinforced by a teacher. 408 more words
BOSTON (CBS) — In the beautiful world of beautiful flowers, this is the busiest time of the year.
But combine Valentine’s day demand with a big winter storm and florists in our area are hustling. 229 more words