NCEA Talk Weekly Round Up – 2/27/2015

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 you missed it…
Monday Morning Meeting – Share your knowledge and resources with your Catholic school educators across the country by emailing This week’s question: How has your school or religious education group partnered with Catholic service organizations such as Catholic Relief Services or Catholic Charities on community service and philanthropy projects?

LEAD: Bishop Murry of the Diocese of Youngstown Appointed NCEA Board Chair

LEARN: University of Notre Dame Center for STEM Education: Accepting Applications for Trustey Family STEM Teaching Fellows

PROCLAIM: Good Shepherd Regional Honors Brave Officials

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Did you see? The U.S. Department of Education posted this training video aimed at helping K-12 school officials to better protect student privacy while using online educational services and applications:

Protecting Student Privacy While Using Online Educational Services provides guidance to protect student data and school liability when students use online apps and websites in school. Administrators should consider ideas for developing acceptable use policies regarding click to accept links that may compromise safety of student or school data.

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