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undergraduate community

Alexandra Tomkins, Jennifer Fitz-Roy, Patrick Bittorf, and Michael DiLuzio from the class of 2009 discuss what the Lynch School means to them.

graduate community

Laura Avalos (M.A., Mental Health Counseling), Sheridan Tennant (M.A., Mental Health Counseling), Darren Skehan (M.A., Counseling Psychology), Lisa Chen (Ed.D., Educational Administration), and Victor Caraballo (M.Ed., Secondary Education; Donvan Urban Scholar) talk about their experiences at the Lynch School.

Social Justice In Action

Kristin Heath (Urban Catholic Teacher Corps), Lisa Chen (Ed.D., Educational Administration), Meghan Battle (B.A., Human Development), Elizabeth Nelson (M.A.T., Elementary Education; Donovan Urban Scholar), and Victor Caraballo (M.Ed., Secondary Education; Donovan Urban Scholar) discuss how their experiences at Lynch embody a commitment to social justice.

Urban Teaching

Jana daSilva (M.Ed., Severe and Multiple Disabilities; Donovan Urban Scholar), Jared Prince (M.A.T., Elementary Education; Donovan Urban Scholar), Maureen Lonergan (M.Ed., Secondary Education; Donovan Urban Scholar), Michael DiLuzio (B.A., Secondary Education), and Victor Carabello (M.Ed., Secondary Education; Donovan Urban Scholar) talk about how the Lynch School has prepared them to teach in high-need urban schools.

Catholic Education

Kristin Heath, Shannon Keating, and Eric Mendoza talk about life in the Urban Catholic Teacher Corps.

Teaching English Langauge Learners

Jana daSilva (M.Ed., Severe and Multiple Disabilities; Donovan Urban Scholar), Nicole Van Varanken (M.Ed., Reading and Literacy Education; Donovan Urban Scholar), and Erin Diehl (M.Ed., Moderate Disabilities) discuss the unique preparation they received at Lynch for teaching English Language Learners.

Where Are They Now?

Find out about the range of career possibilities a degree from the Lynch School offers.

Dean Joe O'Keefe - Commencement 2009

 

Lynch School of Education Symposium Series

 

Readiness for College

"Readiness for College" was the theme of the Lynch School of Education's 10th annual symposium. Paul Reville, Massachusetts Secretary of Education, discussed the topic of readiness for college “from the standpoint of educational policy.”

 

Serving the Children of Boston Through Partnership

“Serving the Children of Boston Through Partnership” was the theme of the 9th annual Lynch School of Education Symposium Series at which Boston Superintendent of Schools Carol Johnson was keynote speaker.