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a parochial school maintained by the Catholic Church

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One manifestation of this exhortation has been the University Consortium for Catholic Education, a collaboration of 13 programs at colleges and universities across the country which receive and form recent college graduates to teach and serve in K-12 Catholic and parochial schools (see Figure 1; Tables 1 and 2).
In his introduction to this impressive new history of Catholic education in the Ballarat Diocese, Bishop Connors reminds readers that, early in the life of the Church, the writers of the Gospels saw a need for a written account of the ministry of the first Christian teacher, Jesus Christ.
In a sermon Thursday, the pope scolded the communists for having denied parents the right to choose a Catholic education for their children.
This is an exciting time for Catholic education in southeast Aurora.
Catholic Education Week This week the school is celebrating Catholic Education Week.
The Townsville Catholic Education Office will receive a $7.
Given current scholarly and political interest in the juncture between globalization and education, it should come as no surprise that the Congregation for Catholic Education has recently turned its considerable resources to addressing the issues arising from this growing contemporary phenomenon.
I completely agree with the notion that Catholic education, whether at K-12 or university, is becoming too costly ("Expensive blessings," January).
Whittle presents students, academics, and researchers with an account of education, rooted in philosophy, from the Catholic viewpoint, engaging with criticism and debate surrounding the definition, nature, and benefits of a Catholic education.
The documentary project explores Catholic education across the country through a series of interviews with parents, administrators, students and alumni.
The editors unite teachers, administrators, and educators in Catholic studies, education, and political science to uncover the reasons behind the decline of Catholic education in 10 major cities of the East, the Midwest, the South, and the West.
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