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In a tribute to everyday kids and teachers, Amika Kemmler-Ernst takes her camera into Boston's classrooms to make images of kids hard at work.
This school year, Boston began providing free breakfast for all students, sometimes right in the classroom. Not starting the day hungry is just the first benefit.
“Piggy,” my daughter’s new boar-bristle hairbrush, sends my youngest running, shrieking at the thought of its real-animal, scratchy touch. I don’t dare tell her about 2009 and the swine flu.
A year after writing a major story on overparenting, Katherine Ozment talks about how she remade herself as a mom.
Why "We're No. 2!" is not a bad thing: High scores on an international science and math exam taken by eighth graders around the world show that Massachusetts students are doing better than American students as a whole.
From Boston’s brush with the superstorm, a lesson in gratitude.
Your 2-year-old may love saying "Barack Obama," but do your school-age kids understand why you think he should be president?
Add scientific research to your list of activities for children in Boston.
After Ann Romney's adoring tribute to her husband at the RNC, the Democrats' spin on love and marriage supports same-sex unions.
List-Mania: Recent rankings score Boston high for young and old alike, making it a fine place to live for a long time.
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