Professor Eric Dearing co-authored "Parenting Matters," which focuses on supporting parents of young children. The report calls on health services and education agencies to make parenting a prioirty by developing a national framework to increase access to support systems for parents.
Four years ago, the Roche Center for Catholic Education helped pioneer the Two-Way Immersion Network for Catholic Schools (TWIN-CS), which includes a dual-language curriculum for Catholic elementary schools within the United States. Now, the schools involved with TWIN-CS have experienced an increase in enrollment and community support.
City Connects received a $300,000 grant from New Profit, Inc., a venture philanthropy organization, to expand the impact of the initiative's “whole child” support services and to increase the reach of its research and best practices.
Friday, August 26 to Wednesday, August 31
(Programming depends on department.)
Orientation is a chance for graduate students to familiarize themselves with the Lynch School and their respective departments as well as meet faculty and classmates.
Thursday, August 25
Orientation is a chance for graduate and professional students to familiarize themselves with Boston College and its resources. Also, they will have several opportunities to attend social events, like the barbecue lunch and the welcome reception, to meet classmates.