Since its doors opened in 1970, the Campus School at Boston College has served some 2,500 students with special needs. The school’s vibrant 50-year history and important work has been chronicled in a new book co-authored by two of its former directors. The Boston College Campus School Story, 1970–2020, written by Phil DiMattia and Don Ricciato, highlights the school’s achievements, collaboration with BC faculty, and engagement with BC students. The history also includes many testimonials from parents of students, staff members, student volunteers past and present, and teachers. Read more on BC News.