Benefactors Joan and Robert McGrath set the groundwork for a new era in Catholic leadership at USF’s School of Education.
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Maureen Lodoen observes that her Catholic school experience provided the building blocks upon which she built her life. Although she’s had to do a little interior remodeling along the way, she’s never wished for a different foundation.
So how is Catholic school treating your family? That’s the question Lisa Schmidt has been asked a lot since enrolling her children in Catholic school and not homeschooling this year. In honor of National Catholic Schools Week, here’s Lisa’s response to that FAQ.
Verbum, the Catholic study platform, has announced they will be giving away up to five million dollars in scholarships for schools to implement their brand-new high school religion curriculum.
Meet Megan Sweas, author of Putting Education to Work: How Cristo Rey High Schools Are Transforming Urban Education, and learn what makes these schools such a huge success.
Veritas Christi is the nation’s very first Catholic high school designed exclusively to meet the unique learning abilities of students with special needs.
Learn about St. John Bosco Academy, a “hybrid” school for Catholic families.
You are invited to join the authors of “Lost Classroom, Lost Community on June 26 at a book launch event at 5 p.m. at the University Club of Chicago.
Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education continues to support, uplift and innovate Catholic education around the country.
National Catholic Schools Week 2014 will be observed in dioceses around the country January 26 – February 1. This year’s theme, “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service,” focuses on the principles of a Catholic education.