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Social justice is built into the Catholic school curriculum

(Fifth in a five-part series) By Chaz Muth Catholic News Service WASHINGTON (CNS) — At many Catholic schools, social justice might not be an assigned class, but it is part of the fabric of what they do throughout the school … Continue reading

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Preserving Catholic school’s charism ‘has to be intentional’

(Fourth in a five-part series) By Katie Rutter Catholic News Service OLDENBURG, Ind. (CNS) — Although women religious — once synonymous with Catholic education — have been disappearing from U.S. classrooms in recent decades, many Catholic schools are taking extra … Continue reading

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Catholic schools get creative in how they use, fund technology

(Third in a five-part series) By Chaz Muth Catholic News Service PORTLAND, Ore. (CNS) — When Rosali Patterson picks up the blue, plastic prosthetic hand that she and some fellow students made at St. John Fisher Catholic School in Portland, … Continue reading

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Keeping Catholic school tuition affordable requires creativity

(Second in a five-part series) By Chaz Muth and Carol Zimmermann Catholic News Service WASHINGTON (CNS) — Making Catholic education accessible to everyone has been a mission of the church in the U.S. for centuries, but keeping it affordable in … Continue reading

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Catholic schools look ahead with innovation but also focus on tradition

(First in a five-part series) By Carol Zimmermann Catholic News Service WASHINGTON (CNS) — If anyone could rest on their laurels, it’s Catholic schools for all they have accomplished in their U.S. history, educating in the faith and teaching children … Continue reading

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