Kirk CarapezzaJuly 17, 2018 05:03 PM
Baker Proposes Legislation Requiring Colleges To Disclose Plans To Shut DownThe plan comes three months after abrupt closure of Mount Ida College in Newton.
Kirk CarapezzaJuly 15, 2018 09:30 PM
Syrian Student Worries About Her Future At NortheasternCollege leaders fear Trump's travel ban on five Muslim-majority countries will have a chilling effect.
Bianca Vázquez TonessJuly 11, 2018 09:55 AM
A Good Superintendent Could Be Hard To FindBoston faces challenges in its search for an experienced leader.
Amanda McGowanJuly 10, 2018 04:07 PM
New Harvard President Positions Himself As Cheerleader For Importance of Higher EducationLawrence Bacow's early moves as president of Harvard suggest he's thinking beyond the walls of the Yard.
Kirk CarapezzaJuly 9, 2018 03:06 PM
Asian-American Group Backs Lawsuit Against Harvard AdmissionsThe Asian American Coalition for Education has not prevailed in a series of other discrimination complaints against selective colleges.
Kirk CarapezzaJuly 3, 2018 06:19 PM
Trump Administration Rescinds Obama-Era Guidelines On Considering Race In College AdmissionsGuidance was designed to help colleges understand how to achieve racial diversity.
Molly BoigonJune 29, 2018 04:09 PM
Paul Reville: Laura Perille Is An 'Unusual Choice' For Interim BPS SuperintendentFormer Mass. Education Secretary Paul Reville joined Boston Public Radio to talk about how Perille's lack of in-system experience might create challenges
Kirk CarapezzaJune 28, 2018 11:13 AM
Lawsuit Against Harvard Goes After Diversity ModelA lot is at stake in a lawsuit claiming Harvard holds Asian-American applicants to higher expectations.