Law Symposium and Legal Issues

Law Symposium and Legal Issues

Later this month, superintendents, principals, teachers, catechists, pastors, parish ministers, and others in the ministry of Catholic school education will attend the Education Law Symposium in Louisville, KY. Co-sponsored by the National Catholic Educational Association…

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Call for Proposals Reminder

Call for Proposals Reminder

Before you enjoy your holiday weekend, NCEA wanted to remind you that the Call for Proposals for the NCEA 2016 Convention & Expo closes on July 15. Whether you have presented before or have been…

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Weekly Round Up 06/26/2015

Didn’t have the chance to check in with NCEA Talk each day? We’ve got you covered. Each Friday NCEA Talk will post a roundup of Catholic education news and resources from the week. In case…

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A Virtual Classroom

A Virtual Classroom

Today, it is almost a necessity for teachers to create a blended learning environment that empowers students to become independent learners as well as work collaboratively with their peers. Chris Covone, a teacher at Archbishop…

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Successful Partnerships Lead to Outstanding Boards

Due to heightened expectations of parents and stakeholders for openness, transparency, and accountability, a healthy partnership between the administration and board members is essential. This success of this partnership depends upon a mutual appreciation and…

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NCEA in the news

Our Sunday Visitor recently shared the story “New focus for Catholic education association Group will focus exclusively on helping Catholic schools lead, learn and proclaim the Faith” by Patti MaGuire Armstrong. Catholic Education has always…

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