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The Catholic School Difference

A new study shows the benefit of demanding student self-discipline. >>Read More


Should Catholic schools cooperate with ICE?

Sister Dale McDonald said Catholic schools should welcome kids into a “Christian community." >>Read More


At Visitation, student used science, math and Catholic teaching to confront problems

Michaela Kirvan helped lead Visitation students’ response in the recent March for Our Lives against gun violence. >>Read More


Resource teacher helps make Catholic education accessible

Mary Hay was selected to receive a 2018 Golden Apple Award. >>Read More

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Examination of current issues in public policy that impact Catholic schools.
The E-rate (short for education rate) is a nationwide program that offers public and private schools and libraries the opportunity to receive substantial discounts on a wide range of advanced telecommunications services including internet access, dis
On-Demand Webinar: This session provides attendees an opportunity to learn about the Elementary and Secondary Education Act as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act. U.S. Department of Education staff will provide an overview of new guidance foll
A database on major constitutional cases heard by the United States Supreme Court, with multimedia resources including digital audio of oral arguments.
Links to a list of all state education departments and publications related to state education programs.

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Religious Education Assessments

ACRE/IFG is being hosted on a new and improved platform.

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Momentum

Important articles and best practices in the realm of Catholic education.

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ICSL 2018

ICSL is an annual gathering dedicated to serving current and aspiring leaders working on behalf of Catholic schools.

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