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To get all kids seats in kindergarten, the School Committee has loosened a dividing line between high-income and low-income households.
There was applause for keeping some math students from learning by computer. Another policy – no buses for middle-schoolers making daily one-mile walks – stayed in place.
The Cambridge/Somerville-line foodie paradise that’s home to Bergamot, Dali and Kirkland Tap & Trotter now has a recreational cooking school as well.
Already a guiding light about law in the Internet age, Harvard’s Lawrence Lessig has turned his attention to the corrupting influence of money in politics.
Lesley University is rebranding! It has a new logo and advertising campaign and an exciting new reputation for paying slave wages.
On Friday, Tutoring Plus celebrates its 50th anniversary of free tutoring in Area IV with a Mardi Gras gala – and the whole town is invited.
Girls interested in careers using science, technology, engineering or math may be interested in attending a $45, one-day summit called Girls STEM Summit-East taking place April 26 at MIT.
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council has a $500 college scholarship to award to a high school senior with public planning on their mind.
The outlook for world language “appears grim,” the mayor wants a solution on class sizes and the burdens of sweeping changes proposed for math curricula are worrying school officials.
Now in Somerville after 37 years in Cambridge, the school is preparing for a March grand opening and, as of Feb. 17, launching classes with Rozann Kraus, founder of The Dance Complex.