Education
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NORTH ADAMS - Colorful display boards were propped up on the stage of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Church Street Center, a sort of backdrop on either side of a projection screen. Glued onto the boards were illustrated visions of … more
NORTH ADAMS - There's a new 77-page report that supports through research, statistics and writing, what's preventing Berkshire County public school students from getting the best educational opportunities. The report, based of the first of two … more
PITTSFIELD - Brothers sharing a role, actors learning multiple parts, and getting a reality check in personal finance are just some of the lessons a cast of local youth and young adult actors are … more
CHESHIRE - Most teenagers are characterized for scrutinizing over their mobile device screens, much more so than fawning over flowers and leaves. more
Meet ... Northern Berkshire Community Coalition will offer a free, five-week program for parents called, "Guiding Good Choices," beginning this Thursday, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The program will meet in the coalition's second-floor conference room, … more
PITTSFIELD — Each semester, thousands of students will inevitably pour their hours, energy and knowledge into a significant research project, only to have its reach stop at a professor's desk, or perhaps a classroom wall.On Friday night, … more
PITTSFIELD — The newly constructed academic building at Miss Hall's School offers windows into 21st-century learning, literally.The 18,125-square-foot Linn Hall is filled with glass, from large paneled window frames to doors, giving students, … more
PITTSFIELD — There's something called "Happimess," that's being hosted at The Colonial Theatre. So what is it? In a few words, it's educational, entertaining and has been developed with an entrepreneurial spirit. Gabriela Sheehan, a licensed … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — The results are in for the annual Great Barrington Rotary Club Halloween Window Painting Contest, featuring spooky works about town created by Berkshire Hills Regional School District art students.Sophia Smith and Lucy … more
WILLIAMSTOWN - Four years ago, some Connecticut schools took on a new, intensive school-wide literacy model known as Connecticut Kindergarten-Grade 3 Literacy Initiative. It's involved planning, … more
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