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The School Committee passed budget guidelines for the superintendent and discussed summer learning programs while clearing backed-up business in its first meeting in five weeks.
The nonprofit dedicated to supporting and enriching programs at the city’s public high school made 11 grants of up to $1,000.
A vocational educational collaborative is adding questionable members and limiting choices, but students enter high school totally unaware of it, anyway, School Committee Fred Fantini says.
The Agassiz Baldwin Afterschool program’s Hip Hop Festival returns Thursday for its 19th February vacation.
Another 10 to 14 inches of snow are expected this weekend, complicating life for city officials and drivers, but at least arriving during school Vacation Week.
As a bastion of classical music, Boston is enough to lure a Kuala Lumpur-born master cellist – but not so much of one that Alison Lim doesn’t need to be perpetually in motion to make a living and perform.
Your kid’s school bus is probably late, and if you have driven anything anywhere in Cambridge this week, you know why. But here’s why you may not you may not be told every time.
The district has failed to make any move toward fulfilling a world-language promise, but asks students to design posters extolling the wonders of learning foreign languages.
A scandal last year at the University of North Carolina is one motivator for a panel talk including Paul Francisco, former New England Patriot, Derrick Jackson of The Boston Globe and CRLS dean Jamalh Prince.
While there’s cause for skepticism about Cambridge being awarded “best food” in U.S. high schools, it’s undeniable there’s lots of love being shown for the city’s school lunch program.