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Student Spotlights

Meet Lynch School undergraduate, master, and doctoral students. more »

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Video Spotlights

Students discuss their experiences at the Lynch School of Education.
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The Global Journal Race

Philip Altbach, research professor and director of the Center for International Higher Education, writes in University World News that universities are engaged in a global arms race of publication.

Lynch School Program for Bilingual Educators First of its Kind in Mass.

The Lynch School will launch a program in September to certify bilingual education teachers who work in schools offering dual-language immersion classes where English- and Spanish-speaking students develop fluency in both languages across their academic subjects.

City Connects Progress Report Findings Show Improved Test Scores, Reduced Dropout Rates

A new report about the City Connects intervention demonstrates that addressing the out-of-school needs of students living in poverty has a significant and lasting impact on academic achievement.

Members of the Lynch School to Present at 2014 APA Convention

August 7-10, Washington, D.C.
More than 20 faculty, staff, and students from the Lynch School of Education are scheduled to present at the 2014 APA Convention.

Summer Session II Courses

Mon/Wed courses start July 7-August 18
Tues/Thurs courses start July 1-August 12

No classes on July 4th*

8th Annual New Teacher Academy

August 12-14, Stokes Hall
Open to all new K-12 teachers
$35 per teacher