The Boston College-Allston/Brighton partnership: Description and challenges

Mary E. Walsh, Mary M. Brabeck, Kimberly A. Howard, Francine T. Sherman, Catalina Montes, Timothy J. Garvin

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Abstract

In its recent report on the "engaged university," the Kellogg Commission (1999) concluded that in addition to offering"first rate undergraduate and graduate programs that prepare students to respond effectively to the complex issues of the society they will enter, [universities] must directly respond to the social and economic concerns of the communities [they serve]" (p. 9). Over the last decade, universities have increasingly begun to recognize their responsibility to address the issues and problems confronting society. Many universities are responding to this challenge by developing formal partnerships with communities.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationCollaboration-across Campus, across Town, and with K-12 Schools
Subtitle of host publicationA Specialissue of the Peabody Journal of Education
PublisherTaylor and Francis
Pages6-32
Number of pages27
Volume75
Edition3
ISBN (Electronic)9781135486501
ISBN (Print)9780805897463
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2013

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Social Sciences(all)

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    Walsh, M. E., Brabeck, M. M., Howard, K. A., Sherman, F. T., Montes, C., & Garvin, T. J. (2013). The Boston College-Allston/Brighton partnership: Description and challenges. In Collaboration-across Campus, across Town, and with K-12 Schools: A Specialissue of the Peabody Journal of Education (3 ed., Vol. 75, pp. 6-32). Taylor and Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315046242-3