Mathematicians and educators come together to mentor teachers, bolster curricula, and improve the quality of math teaching in high-need, urban schools
A Lynch School researcher's award-winning book on immigrants and their children.
Benefactor Peter S. Lynch ’65 joined in celebrating the name enhancement of the Lynch School of Education and Human Development.
Participants say non-academic issues like poverty and mental health account for two thirds of K-12 achievement gap.
Spotlight on the Lynch School's Donovan Urban Teaching Scholars program at work in Boston Public Schools.
Utilizing a multidisciplinary approach is the way Lynch School faculty advance the field of learning sciences. Professors Jim Slotta, G. Michael Barnett and Associate Professor Katherine McNeill explain their research.
Formative education encourages young people to explore different dimensions of intellectual, emotional, interpersonal, and spiritual development, challenging them to work toward fulfillment and more ideal selves and societies.
A Lynch School professor and her team are developing an app to help students find their purpose.