Much has changed at the Lynch School of Education over the last decade. We are consistently ranked among the top 20 graduate schools of education. Our faculty members are conducting leading-edge research in a variety of fields. Both our research and training programs have attracted increasing levels of support from external funders. Read more »
Audrey Friedman, associate professor of teacher education, special education, and curriculum instruction, was named “2009 Massachusetts Professor of the Year” by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. The award is sponsored by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Karen Coyle Aylward ’99, a former student of Friedman’s, was also honored last year with a Boston Educator of the Year Award by Mayor Thomas M. Menino and Boston school officials. View video »
The Lynch School prepares its students to serve as teachers and leaders in the field of education and beyond through a deep commitment to teaching, a plethora of research opportunities for students to work closely with faculty, and a focus on social justice. Learn about the experience of several of our alumni currently working in the field of education. View slideshow »
The Third Annual Endowed Chairs’ Colloquium Series comprises four panel discussions with the endowed chairs and other faculty.
The Lynch School welcomed five new faculty members in the 2009–10 academic year.
Of the 2008 graduating class, approximately 77 percent accepted teaching positions, 76 percent of which are in Massachusetts and 24 percent in Boston. Lynch School graduates teach across the country, with placements such as Patrick Bittorf '09 at the Chicago Inner City Teaching Corps and Elizabeth Fountain '09 at the Alliance for Catholic Education Program (ACE) at Notre Dame in Indiana.