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What does LSOE stand for?

LSOE stands for Lynch School of Education (Boston College)

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95 LB2822 Building upon the arguments presented in their previous book, The Fourth Way: The Inspiring Future for Educational Change, the authors (both of the Lynch School of Education at Boston College) continue to promote their "fourth way" model of educational change.
Andy Hargreaves, Thomas More Brennan Chair, Lynch School of Education, Boston College, USA, Dr Thomas Christie, Director, AKU Examination Board, Professor Chandra Gunawardena, Commonwealth of Learning (COL)-UNESCO Chair in Distance Education, Open University of Sri Lanka.
Participants include: Francois Barrault, former chief executive officer at BT Global Services and head of BT Innovate; Helen Pinnock, education adviser at Save the Children, UK; Bahram Bekhradnia, director at the UK's Higher Education Policy Institute; Angela Ho, head of the Educational Development Centre at Hong Kong Polytechnic University; Dan Shine, president of the 50x15 Foundation and senior adviser of Corporate Global Citizenship, World Economic Forum; Dennis Shirley, from Lynch School of Education, Boston College and James Knight, president and chief executive officer at the Association of Canadian Community Colleges.
Center also retains a close working relationship with the BC Lynch School of Education, the BC Carroll School of Management, and the BC McMullen Museum, as well as with the Linen Hall Library in Belfast.
In addition to Pagliuca, the judging panel included: WCVB-TV Anchor Liz Brunner; Consulate General of Canada in Boston Media & Political Affairs Officer Lisa Carrie; NESN Sports Anchor Jamison Coyle; New England Revolution Head Coach Jay Heaps; Boston Globe Publisher Chris Mayer; Educational Leadership & Higher Education, Boston College Lynch School of Education Assistant Professor Heather Rowan-Kenyon, PhD.