Monday Morning: Super Brady

Published February 7, 2011

Good morning! Though he wasn’t on the field last night, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is the NFL’s most valuable player again — the first time an MVP vote has been unanimous. As we mentioned here last month, the Patriots already won the Super Bowl.

The Herald compiled an index of 526 anti-bullying plans submitted by schools under the state’s new anti-bullying law. A Pittsfield private school is getting really tough, banning cell phones and installing video surveillance. Could charter schools be a solution? The Globe reports a dozen new Boston charter schools will open over the next few years.

More Bay Staters are getting waivers for mandatory health insurance, the Globe reports. Officials said they granted more exceptions this year because health care is too expensive for some people in this sour economy.

WBUR’s series on mental health care for children sparked a lot of conversation on the Web. It’s worth hearing the wrap-up and catching up on the other stories from “Are The Kids All Right?