K-12 Programming

Expanding Classrooms and Minds

Our offerings for K-12 educators draw on research by top Lynch School faculty as well as current practitioners in the field. We bring data informed practices to your classrooms and education spaces in order to address all needs of a twenty first century school. 

Current Programming


Bilingual Education

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A four-course instructional series for teachers seeking Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) endorsement for bilingual education. 


Engaging Autistic Students in General Education Classrooms

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This three-session workshop is designed to increase general educators’ ability to design and implement instruction that is accessible for autistic students and promotes their engagement.

Teaching Writing

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Using a genre-based pedagogy with strong emphasis on language development, participants will learn what and how to teach writing. The content has been distributed among three one-credit courses, each focusing on a set of genres. 

Upcoming Programming


Anti-Racism & Equity

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Offerings oriented to student, teacher, principal, and administrator training in race-related dialogues, curriculum design, and identity development.

Coaching & Leading

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Fostering effective leadership to create sustainable schools and districts. 


Care for the Whole Professional


Creating restorative spaces for professionals to connect and to reflect, an effort to provide support and community.