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A dancer leaps in a Lesley dance studio.
Nov 28, 2017
American Dance Therapy Association recognizes Lesley’s hybrid model
Nov 28, 2017
Scholar and education professor Janine de Novais raises questions and offers answers to race issues in the classroom during the Sankofa Lecture at Lesley
Alumnus Kevin DeCosta teaches students in his social studies classroom
Nov 27, 2017
Alumnus Kevin DeCosta, who won a fellowship to the 2017 White House History Teacher Institute, shares five tips for future teachers
A bulletin board in alumna Simone Kivett's elementary classroom
Nov 20, 2017
2017 Art Educator of the Year Awards go to Lesley professor Vivian Poey and alumnae Simone Kivett and Tobey Eugenio
Latoya Ruby Frazier speaks at a podium.
Nov 20, 2017
Photographer LaToya Ruby Frazier calls students to selfless art
Nov 16, 2017
A weekly roundup of weekend events on campus and around town.
Karl Ferguson sits with a cute dog.
Nov 27, 2017Los Alamos Daily Post
Alumnus Karl Ferguson ’93, who holds a master’s in Intercultural Relations, is named deputy director of the Española Valley Humane Society.
Jason Reynolds portrait
Nov 27, 2017New York Times
Appearing on the most the New York Times's best of list is our creative writing faculty and bestselling author Jason Reynolds.
Jason Reynolds portrait
Nov 27, 2017Electric Lit
An interview with Jason Reynolds on resisting the over-intellectualization of poetry and recognizing its populist potential.
New trustee member Bopha Malone stands with her arms crossed in a blue suit.
Nov 27, 2017Lowell Sun
Lesley Trustee Bopha Malone, who holds both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree from Lesley, is running for Congress
New trustee member Bopha Malone stands with her arms crossed in a blue suit.
Nov 27, 2017Sentinel & Enterprise News
Trustee and alumna Bopha Malone becomes the 12th person to join race for a seat in Congress.
Meg Margaret Burns
Nov 22, 2017
“The lack of qualified bilingual teachers is a huge problem statewide,” says education professor Meg Burns.