WAMU recently shared a story. “Catholic Schools In D.C. Adapt To Lower Budgets, Changing Requirements” by Kavitha Cardoza
Many Catholic schools have also started innovating. Some have developed networks of schools where they share administrators to keep costs down. Others have students work one day a week to help pay for their tuition. And Catholic Universities are partnering with schools to provide professional development and fundraising. Whether all these efforts will work is still unclear, but school leaders at St. Thomas Moore say they’re trying their best to keep the faith.
To listen to the story, including an interview with NCEA’s President Brother Robert Bimonte, please click here.