As tensions heighten between parents, state officials and teacher unions over when to return most students to the classroom, add another concern – the slow start of planning for expanded summer school.
Keller @ Large: Mass. Lagging Behind In Summer School PlanningAs tensions heighten between parents, state officials and teacher unions over when to return most students to the classroom, add another concern – the slow start of planning for expanded summer school.
Mixed Reaction To Plan For Bringing Students Back To SchoolGov. Baker and education officials announced a plan to bring students back to school full time by April. WBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
Baker Announces Plan To Get Students Back In ClassroomGov. Baker and the Education Commissioner announced a plan to get students back into the classroom by April. WBZ-TV's Paul Burton reports.
Final Steel Beam Set For New $125 Million Boston Arts AcademyWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Massachusetts Wants All Elementary School Students Learning In Person By AprilWBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
UMass Amherst Returns To In-Person Classes After Lowering COVID RiskWBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
Teachers Feel Slighted By Massachusetts Vaccination PlanTeachers feel they are being slighted in the vaccination process, especially as schools are encouraged to reopen for in person learning five days a week. WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
Boston College Says Students Who Don't Follow COVID Protocols May Be Kicked Off CampusWBZ TV's Liam Martin reports.
COVID Cases Rising On College CampusesThe University of Massachusetts Amherst is placing stricter restrictions on its students after an increase in COVID-19 cases. WBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.
Brockton Teacher Saves The Day Over Zoom After Virtual Class Interrupted By FireA quick-thinking Brockton teacher is being credited for helping get fire crews to a student’s home during an emergency. WBZ-TV's Anaridis Rodriguez reports.
Baker Defends Decision To Not Move Teachers Up On Vaccination ScheduleThe governor pushed again on Thursday to open schools for in-person learning.
Boston High-Needs Students Return To In-Person Learning In After Storm Delays School ReopeningsWBZ TV's Liam Martin reports.
41 Superintendents Ask Baker To Make Teachers Eligible For COVID Vaccine SoonerWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Teachers Union Frustrated After Being Moved Down COVID Vaccine Priority ListThe Massachusetts Teachers Union said the decision will delay a safe return to school. WBZ-TV's Paul Burton reports.
Boston University Returns To In-Person Classes Despite Concerns About COVID-19Students at Boston University returned to in-person classes on Monday, despite concerns from some professors and students. WBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.
Lowell Teacher Takes Students On Virtual Field Trips In Mobile ClassroomSixth grade science teacher John King is teaching his students from a mobile classroom. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
Barnstable Students Create Music Without Instruments After COVID Forces Classes OnlineFor music teachers like Mr. Felix, things can get a little tricky, especially when there’s no singing or instruments allowed in class. WBZ-TV's Rachel Holt reports.
It Happens Here: Inside Jeff Kinney's Plainville Bookstore 'An Unlikely Story'WBZ TV's Zack Green reports.
SAT Eliminating Optional Essay, Subject TestsThe College Board has announced major changes to the SAT exam.
Massachusetts Schools Now Enforcing New Remote And Hybrid Learning RulesWBZ TV's Anna Meiler reports.
Wilmington Parents, Students Protest Switch To Remote LearningSome parents and students in Wilmington protested over the decision to switch schools to remote learning through the end of the month.
Protesters Upset With Phased Approach To Bring Back BPS StudentsProtesters in Boston said the district’s plan to bring students back to the classroom falls short.
‘It’s Heartbreaking’: Mother Says Remote Learning Taking Toll On 6-Year-OldA Charlestown mother said her son suffers from anxiety after months of remote learning.
How Does COVID-19 Pool Testing Work?Massachusetts schools will soon get COVID-19 pool testing. Secretary of Health and Human Services Marylou Sudders explained how it worked Friday.