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Small Private Colleges Attracting Fewer Students

Small, liberal arts college administrators are growing increasingly concerned as their enrollment numbers fall. The Boston Globe reports undergraduate enrollment trends at 118 four-year private...

Around Town

1. Get an “unflinching” look at the oil industry through the screening of “Breaking Ground: An Immersive Meditation on the Oilfields of North Dakota”...
Monica Crowley

Lawrence School To Get A New Temporary Principal

As Lawrence Principal Alysson Hart steps down at the end of this school year, Brookline’s Monica Crowley will step in as the interim principal. Crowley...

In Brookline, Can Renaming A School Help Right The Wrongs Of...

In the past year, Greater Boston has made incremental progress toward reckoning with its fraught racial past. The lone Confederate monument, on a Boston Harbor...
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If You Can’t Do The Little Things Right…

Former US Navy Admiral, William H. McRaven  

Around Town

1. Learn about the journeys of four women writers at the Women’s Journeys in Writing event at the Brookline Public Library on March 22. Fiction...
Roland Hayes

Town Reconciles With Black History

In 1619, a Dutch ship carried over 20 African slaves to the British colony of Jamestown, VA. This would be just the beginning of...

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Thursday, March 22 PTO Presidents, Brookline Business Professionals Coffee: 8:30 - 10:00 a.m., Viking Sports, 143 Cyprus Street, Brookline. Free; space limited. To RSVP, please...
The Public Library Of Brookline

Library Events March 22 – April 5

Brookline Eats! at Putterham Until the end of March, the Putterham Library is host to “Food for Thought: the Origins of Massachusetts Food and Why...

Proposed Early Education Center Passes Important Milestone

The planned early education building that will be built privately and used by the school department for the Brookline Early Education Program passed an...

Brookline Student Argues To Keep Devotion Name

To the editor: I recently read a column (An open letter on “the two Brooklines”) submitted to the Brookline Tab regarding the renaming of the...

Brookline Students And Allies “Walk Out” Undeterred By Snow

The snow day did not stop dozens of students across the town from walking out in an effort to show where they stood on...

Things To Do Around Town

1. Celebrate International Women’s Day at the Brookline Village library branch on March. 15. Participants are invited to bring their daughters and sons to the...

Brookline Considers Renaming Devotion School

As the newly renovated Edward Devotion School nears its reopening, one element of the school is prompting a second look – the name of...

National School Walkout: Brookline High School Students Are In

Brookline High School students have organized a walkout scheduled for Wednesday in response to the Parkland school shooting and to the national cry for...

Pine Manor College Removed From Academic Probation

Pine Manor College, a small liberal arts college in Brookline that serves a significant number of low-income students, was removed from academic probation last...
Luis Ibáñez

Faculty Artist Series IV: Music Of Latin America For Violin &...

The 2017-2018 Faculty Artist Series concludes on Saturday, April 7, 2018, with Music of Latin America for Violin & Piano. Duo Ibáñez, comprised of Luis A. Ibáñez, BMS...
Ivy Street School

Looking To Hire A Special Education Teacher

Job ID: 2902872 The Ivy Street School is a 766 private, certified special education school for adolescents with brain injuries, autism and other neurological disorders, located...

Five Things To Do In Brookline

1. Put on your dancing shoes and raise money for Boston Children’s Hospital’s Every Child Fund on March 9. The Brookline High School Dance Marathon...

Preserving Chinese Culture At Brookline Chinese School

Considering the refreshing breeze outside and scattered auburn leaves decorating Lowell Road by Brookline High as children and their colorful backpacks excitedly skipped inside...
Edward Devotion Elementary School

Brookline Should Remove Slaveholder’s Name From School

When Brookline’s $120 million renovation of the Devotion School is complete, it will feature about 24,500 square feet of new space and accommodate an...

Brookline Looks To Voters To Help Fund High School Expansion

A Proposition 2 1/2 override is on its way to Brookline voters in May to help fund the high school expansion. During a joint...

Two Newton Colleges Consider Merger

It is tough out there for a small liberal arts college. But Newton's Lasell College and Mount Ida College are in talks considering combining...

PSB Hosting Talk On Dyslexia On February 27

On February 27, the Public Schools of Brookline is hosting a presentation and discussion about dyslexia in children. Dr. Nadine Gaab, a researcher in...
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