Community Directory

A listing of offerings for teachers and schools

CenSSIS K–12 Pathways

Enables graduate students and advanced undergraduates in science, math, engineering, and technology to serve as resources for teachers in kindergarten through twelfth-grade science and math instruction.
617.373.8380

The John Coltrane Memorial Concert Educational Outreach Program

Brings live performances of creative improvisational music to elementary and secondary classrooms. Students and chaperones also provided free tickets to the annual Coltrane concert.
617.373.4128

The Marine Science Center

Hosts Boston Public Schools students for field trips to learn more about New England’s coastal environment and scientific methods.
781.581.7370

Max Warburg Courage Curriculum

A yearlong language-arts program for sixth graders in Boston and the suburbs based on teaching the value of courage and dedicated to strengthening character development and literacy skills.
617.373.5805

Mentors in Violence Prevention

A leadership training program that motivates both men and women, from high school through adulthood, to play a central role in fighting against rape, battery, and sexual harassment.
617.373.4025

RE-SEED (Retirees Enhancing Science Education through Experiments and Demonstrations)

Prepares engineers, scientists, and others with science backgrounds to work as volunteers, providing in-classroom support to upper-elementary and middle-school science teachers.
617.373.8388

Theorynet

Sponsors scientists to work with Boston-area high-school science teachers to promote physics education.
617.373.2979

Center for STEM (Science, Engineering, Technology, and Mathematics) Education

Provides technical resources to faculty, furthers faculty research, and engages undergraduates in K–12 education in local schools.
617.373.8380

The Department of Art + Design

Hosts workshops for media educators from the Boston Public Schools.
617.373.2347

MathPOWER

Provides coaching and professional development to Boston Public Schools teachers, as well as afterschool tutoring for students.
617.373.5934

Research Experiences for Teachers

A six-week summer research experience for middle- and high-school mathematics and science teachers and community-college STEM (Science, Engineering, Technology, and Mathematics) faculty.
617.373.8380

The Speech-Language and Hearing Center

Works with Boston Public Schools speech-language pathologists and provides training facilities and guidance, as well as screening services for students.
617.373.3698