We’re committed to conducting inventive research—work that informs solutions to complex social problems and promotes the common good.
Graduate and undergraduate students can research alongside our world-renowned faculty, whose expansive initiatives improve communities and influence local, national, and international education and policy. As they put their analysis into action, faculty members help guide students’ growth as critical thinkers, reflective leaders, and engaged citizens.
At the heart of Lynch School research is one goal: direct application to improve schools, communities, and lives. By putting scholarship into practice, our students and faculty help disrupt inequality and enhance the lives of children, families, and adults—right here in Boston, across the United States, and around the world.
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Lynch School faculty tackle the most pressing educational issues facing children, schools, and communities. Through an impressive range of studies and approaches, our faculty promote healthy lives filled with meaning and purpose.
Our leading scholar-practitioners and dedicated mentors improve practice, shape policy, and prepare students to serve diverse populations around the world.
Released by a BC group, the guidelines can help schools create successful, cost-effective approaches to address the gamut of barriers to learning.
Deborah Mauristhene is the new associate director of the office that oversees BC's College Bound and Donovan Urban Teaching Scholars programs.
150 teachers from 36 Massachusetts schools and 19 districts join the Lynch School program aimed at resolving inequalities in science education.
Local high school students participate in College Bound, the Lynch School’s pre-collegiate enrichment program, led by Karen Marshall, Core Urban Outreach Instructor.