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Town hall panelists challenge church to address Latinos and Catholic education

America Media and The Catholic University of America hosted a national town hall on the future of Latinos and Catholic Education in the United States on Tuesday, October 30. >>Read More


Coming home: Catholic students find meaning teaching at alma maters

Many Catholic school students return to teach at the very schools they attended. >>Read More


School scholarships continue legacies, support Catholic education

With school back in session, Catholic schools are granting scholarships and providing tuition assistance. >>Read More


New superintendent brings a passion for Catholic education to Baltimore

Choosing between public and private education can be one of the hardest decisions a parent has to make.  >>Read More

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Examination of current issues in public policy that impact Catholic schools.
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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

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