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September Public Policy Updates

September Public Policy Updates

Parental Choice Initiatives President Trump’s campaign promises to create a federal school choice program that would provide financial assistance to middle and low-income parents to assist with their selection of a school for their children…

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The Bishops’ Curriculum Framework: An Overview

The Bishops’ Curriculum Framework: An Overview

The following article is contributed by Tim Mueting, Religion Teacher at Roncalli Catholic High School. Ten years ago, the bishops of the United States agreed unanimously to mandate a Curriculum Framework for high school religion. Published in…

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Using Data to Inform Instructional Decisions

Using Data to Inform Instructional Decisions

The Need: The Archdiocese of Hartford determined that in order to meet the diversity of students’ learning needs and learning styles, teachers needed to understand students’ academic strengths and deficiencies. This aided in their ability…

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The Admissions Decision

The Admissions Decision

The following article was contributed by Patricia McGann, principal at Our Lady of Lourdes School in Bethesda, Maryland. I think we can all agree that the admissions process we employ when we are working with parents…

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August Public Policy Updates

August Public Policy Updates

The following article was contributed by Sr. Dale McDonald, PVBM, PhD., NCEA Director of Public Policy.  Here are some important reminders for upcoming deadlines and updates that can impact your school. Consultation for ESSA Implementation: The…

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NCEA 2017 Virtual Edcamp

Ready to get energized with new ideas and expand your professional learning networks? Join the National Catholic Educational Association in its first-ever NCEA Virtual Edcamp. This event is free and open to all. To join,…

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Jesus’ Growth Mindset, and Ours

Jesus’ Growth Mindset, and Ours

The following article was contributed by Doreen Engel, Director of the Benilde Program at St. Raphael Academy in Pawtucket, RI. The following scene will be familiar to any educator in the Catholic School Community.  A…

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