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By Erin Callahan For The Catholic Telegraph While the nation debates Common Core, Catholic educators can lead the conversation about accountability and standards while still maintaining central values, according to a discussion at the University of Dayton’s Catholic Education Summit on July 14.
By Megan Walsh The Catholic Telegraph Educators from across the United States met at the University of Dayton (UD) in southwestern Ohio on July 12 for an all-day conference on urban Catholic education. This year’s summit focused on meeting the needs of all learners in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Dr.
Staff Report The University of Dayton is hosting its second-annual Catholic Education Summit; a conference highlighting the partnerships between Catholic higher education and PK-12 Catholic schools.
By Carol Glatz VATICAN CITY (CNS) — A Vatican summit on organ trafficking called for greater efforts to prevent the exploitation of those vulnerable to corrupt health professionals and criminal networks making the sale of human organs possible. “We, the undersigned participants of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences summit on
Catholic schools: communities of faith, knowledge and service By Susan Ferguson The University of Dayton Center for Catholic Education (UDCCE) seeks to collaborate with Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and across the country to form communities of faith, knowledge and service. Inspired by our Marianist roots, this has
IMAGE: CNS photo/Sid Hastings, St. Louis Review By Carol Zimmermann WASHINGTON (CNS) — Catholic schools in the United States are falling short in serving the growing number of Latino Catholics, according to a new report released March 7. The Boston College report, “Catholic Schools in an Increasingly Hispanic Church,” looks
The commercial begins with a real nostalgic feel to it. Old photos in the background. Catchy tune in the air. It then proceeds to ask three generations the same question: When you were a kid what did you do for fun? The “grandparent” generation speaks of blueberry picking and growing
Staff Report The Summit Country Day School, a Catholic school educating students from age 2 through high school in Hyde Park, announced an $18.6 million capital campaign entitled “Aiming Higher” Tuesday afternoon. Among the initiatives, the campaign would fund a five-story addition to the east wing of the main building.
By Patricia McGeever For The Catholic Telegraph If you ask Geraldina Jeronimo, 6, what she likes about the first grade, she will tell you “reading and writing.” When prompted, she adds, “recess.” Geraldina attends Holy Family School in Price Hill and her parents are thrilled she’s there. “It’s very important
By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph Great moments happen every day in The Summit Country Day School’s Montessori program. In classrooms designed for Montessori teaching, materials are carefully displayed to optimize learning, independence and curiosity and ignite the creativity of the youngest Summit students. Montessori-trained teachers recognize the potential