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Allston Public K-8 School Recognizes LSOE Research Professor

Research Professor Dr. Irwin Blumer was presented the third annual Gardner Champion Award by the Gardner Pilot Academy on May 22, 2014.

Ph.D. Student Invited to White House Mental Health Forum

Sriya Bhattachryya, a doctoral student in the Lynch School’s Counseling Developmental Psychology program, was invited to the Asian American and Pacific Islander Behavioral Health Forum in Washington, D.C. on May 9, 2014.

How to Fix the Achievement Gaps

Visiting Associate Professor Martin Scanlan and Assistant Professor Rebecca Lowenhaupt write that opportunity gaps must be eliminated in order to close achievement gaps in an article for the Boston Globe.

Assistant Professor Elected as Chair to AERA Special Interest Group

Assistant Professor Vincent Cho was elected as the Collaborative Learning Chair for the American Educational Research Association’s Organizational Theory Special Interest Group.

SAT Changes Will Make the Test Similar to ACT

Associate Professor Karen Arnold was interviewed by NECN about the new changes that are in store for the SAT.

Roche Center Staff and Students Presenting at NCEA

Staff and students from the Barbara and Patrick Roche Center for Catholic Education will be presenting at the National Catholic Educational Association's Annual Conference, which will be held in Pittsburgh from April 22-24.

Lynch School faculty Unveil Latest Research at AERA Annual Meeting

More than 60 professors, researchers and graduate students discussed their most recent research and issues confronting their field at the 2014 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association in Philadelphia.

Student Activism Worldwide

Philip Altbach, research professor and director of the Center for International Higher Education, writes that the potential grievances that may mobilize students into movements for social change are very different depending on which part of the world is being considered.

Support for Teachers Fighting Poverty

Professor Dennis Shirley writes that teachers working to eradicate poverty should be supported by efforts that recognize their roles and encourage the development of outstanding educators.

Lynch School Representatives Present at AERA 2014 Annual Meeting

A number of faculty, staff, and students from the Lynch School of Education presented at the 2014 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, Penn. from April 3-7.

South African Educators Discuss Community-based Education Reform at Nelson Chair Colloquium

Twenty years after the fall of apartheid in South Africa, resolving the devastating disparities that plague  the country’s educational system remains a daunting task, two faculty members from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University told a Lynch School of Education audience.

Overhaul of Schools is Wrong Diagnosis

In response to a recent report on education in Massachusetts, Lynch School Professors Andy Hargreaves and Dennis Shirley, along with Harvard Graduate School of Education Visiting Professor Pasi Sahlberg, write in a Boston Globe editorial that the state's school system must search for improvement, but an overhaul is the wrong diagnosis.

Faculty and Student Receive AERA Oustanding Research Award

Assistant Professor Paul Poteat, Associate Professor Laura O'Dwyer, and Ethan Mereish, Ph.D. '14, received the Outstanding Research Award by Division E of AERA for a paper they co-published in 2012.

Associate Professor Receives Fulbright Scholar Award

Associate Professor Lauri Johnson has received the 2014-2015 Fulbright Scholar Award - University of Nottingham and will spend the year researching the life histories of Black headteachers throughout England and the intersection of their professional and social identities.

Professor Extols 'Mindful Teaching'

Professor Dennis Shirley – whose research has placed him at the forefront of the educational “mindfulness” movement – thinks that teachers who can retreat from the schoolhouse cacophony to reflect on their experiences and those of their peers can energize and improve their teaching.