Lesley President Emerita is Named Chair of the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education
Margaret McKenna, a national leader in teacher education, served as Lesley University’s president for 22 years.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick has appointed Margaret McKenn
Dr. Vivien Marcow Speiser, a longtime professor of expressive therapies and an international leader in conflict resolution through the arts, has won the 2014 Distinguished Fellows Award from the Global Alliance for Arts & Health.
Lesley University Tops Off Lunder Arts Center
Ceremony marks a key milestone in the new Lesley University College of Art and Design complex.
A topping off ceremony, held on Thursday, July 31, marked a milestone in the construction of the new Lesley University Lunder Arts Center,
Professor, alumnus training South Korean clergy, clinicians in trauma response
Lesley expressive therapies expertise being applied at global disaster scenes to aid healing of children and other survivors.
Professor, alumnus training South Korean clergy, clinicians in trauma resp
Lesley instructor Juliana Texley is named president of the National Science Teachers Association, the world’s largest professional science-teaching organization
Lesley University announces an exhibition by Japanese artist Rinko Kawauchi from Sept. 4 to Oct. 30, 2014 in the university’s Main Gallery, 700 Beacon St, Boston, Mass.
Lesley University names Richard Zauft dean of College of Art and Design
Zauft is an art-maker and designer with extensive experience in arts-education leadershipCambridge ChronicleJuly 26, 2014
New Haven science teacher wins national award for excellence
Chris Willems (M.Ed. ’02), who was part of Lesley’s inaugural online science in education program, wins major award from National Science Teachers AssociationNew Haven RegisterJuly 22, 2014
Common Core: Is It ‘Developmentally Inappropriate’?
Professor Emerita Nancy Carlsson-Paige discusses major national educational initiative with North Carolina Public RadioWUNCJuly 24, 2014
Common Core backers: Standards are appropriate, flexible
Lesley’s Dr. Nancy Carlsson-Paige raises concerns about the Common Core as it relates to the early gradesWRAL-TVJuly 24, 2014
Barrier grief: English issues mistaken for learning disabilities in Boston schools
Lesley Professor Dr. Maria Serpa’s research highlights the high percentage of immigrant students mislabeled as requiring special education servicesBoston HeraldJuly 21, 2014
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