Two investigations by The Eye -- one exploring problems at a private school for children with special needs and the other revealing perks for college presidents...
Governor Baker says his office is reviewing a report alleging abuse and neglect at the Chamberlain International School for special education students in Middleborough.
In response to a NECIR investigation, a Massachusetts legislator called benefits “unsustainable and irresponsible.”
Presidents and other top administrators at public universities in Massachusetts schools are provided houses, cars, free tuition for their children, paid-for dues at country clubs and other perks. Some are eligible for generous annual bonuses, based on meeting performance goals the public can’t see.
Presidents and other top administrators at public universities in Massachusetts schools are provided houses, cars, free tuition for their children, paid-for dues at country clubs and other perks
The Greenfield Commonwealth Virtual School, investigated by NECIR two years ago, had widespread problems. The state is now considering placing the school on probation.
This story is part of a series on the rising costs of college NEEDHAM – Olin College, with its sleek, glass-walled buildings around a peaceful...
A local for-profit college allegedly misled students by using deceptive marketing tactics and promoting high-cost subprime student loans, the state Office of the Attorney General announced this week.
The number of non-academic administrative and professional employees at U.S. colleges and universities has more than doubled in the last 25 years, vastly outpacing the growth in the number of students or faculty, according to an analysis of federal figures.