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Carter, Erik W. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
Congregations are called to be communities of belonging. Yet, many churches struggle to meaningfully include children with disabilities and their families in all aspects of parish life. This article addresses 10 dimensions of belonging and their relevance to the inclusion of individuals with disabilities in their faith communities. To belong…
Descriptors: Churches, Church Role, Inclusion, Children
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Masters, Anne – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
In this article, Anne Masters responds to Erik W. Carter's "The Absence of Asterisks: The Inclusive Church and Children with Disabilities." Masters agrees that Carter provides a much needed framework for catechetical programs and parishes. Carter's ten dimensions of belonging remind the reader of the shared human need to belong, which is…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Disabilities, Children, Attitudes toward Disabilities
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Morten, Sandria – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
This article presents the Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) as a framework Catholic schools can utilize to provide a more equitable and inclusive learning environment for all students. In an effort to advocate for the effectiveness of this framework in the Catholic school setting, the authors define the framework, its key features, and the…
Descriptors: Guidelines, Capacity Building, Behavior Problems, Barriers
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Reffett, Jill – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
With an eloquent, and original, comparison of the Holy Family's faith and decisions surrounding acceptance of unexpected gifts to that of families who have one or more children with disabilities, the authors of this article capture an aspect of faith rarely captured within the previous arguments presented for why Catholics must embrace their call…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Catholic Schools, Students with Disabilities, Religious Factors
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Bonfiglio, Christine M.; Kroh, Karen Guy – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
Inclusion of students with diverse learning needs, including those with disabilities, in Catholic schools is becoming more prevalent. Despite a long history of the call to serve all learners, Catholic schools have been slow to welcome students who are academically and behaviorally diverse. Meeting the needs of all learners requires understanding…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Religious Education, Inclusion, Students with Disabilities
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Hopson, Karen – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
This is a response to Bonfiglio and Kroh's "Inclusion in Catholic Schools: From Inception to Implementation." Bonfiglio and Kroh identify three primary barriers to inclusion: (1) Lack of culture; (2) lack of resources; and (3) lack of knowledge and skills. In Karen Hopson's experience, lack of culture can be one of the most challenging…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Inclusion, Students with Disabilities, Program Implementation
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Faggella-Luby, Michael N.; Engel, Max T. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
Catholic schools are called to serve all of God's children, including students with disabilities who require and benefit from inclusive practices. Inclusionary practices align with Catholic Social Teaching (CST), Catholic identity, and the mission of the Catholic schools. This article frames CST's foundation for inclusive practices in Catholic…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Educational Change, Catholic Schools, Special Education
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Bullock, Molly; O'Linn, Frank W. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
Faggella-Luby and Engel (this issue) trace the cause for inclusion in Catholic schools to the roots of our faith and uphold it rightly as integral to our identities as Catholic communities. Making a strong and compelling argument that inclusive education can no longer be viewed as an optional practice within Catholic schools, the authors review…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Educational Change, Catholic Schools, Special Education
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Smith, Sean J.; Cheatham, Gregory A.; Amilvia, Jennifer M. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
The purpose of this article is to provide Catholic educators, administrators, families, and broader parish communities an understanding of critical elements required to effectively include all students, particularly those with disabilities, in Catholic schools. With an understanding that Catholic schools enroll and will continue to add not only…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Religious Education, Inclusion, Students with Disabilities
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Foraker, Beth – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
Walk into most Catholic schools (pre- and post COVID-19) these days and they look very similar to the Catholic schools from 50 years ago. The tradition, the familiarity, and the similarity are comforting and classic. However, in the past 50 years a revolution has happened in education. Educational research across many domains has revealed ways to…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Inclusion, Religious Education, Catholic Schools
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Smith, Sean J.; Cheatham, Gregory A.; Mosher, Maggie – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
The purpose of this article is to present inclusionary practices for Catholic education classrooms that emphasize the integration of evidence-based practices (EBPs). These are practices that have been developed to address the needs of all students, particularly learners who are considered at-risk as well as their peers with an identified…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Inclusion, Catholic Schools, At Risk Students
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Faggella-Luby, Michael N.; Bonfiglio, Christine M. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
The challenge to include students with disabilities in Catholic schools requires a comprehensive system of service delivery to meet student need and avoid pathologizing individuals as problems. The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), a framework for organizing resources, delivering services,…
Descriptors: Capacity Building, Catholic Schools, Students with Disabilities, Inclusion
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Boyle, Michael J. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
This paper explores some of the documents that provide a foundation for the Church and its ministries to deliver justice and mercy to all, including students with disabilities. First, Catholic Social Teaching (CST) traditions will be presented as the foundation to some of the documents of the American Church. A chronology of the documents of…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Social Justice, Inclusion, Students with Disabilities
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Benton, Janice L. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
This is a response to Michael J. Boyle's "To Act with Justice and Love Tenderly: Exploring the Church's Call for Inclusion." While Janice L. Benton agrees with his suggestions of self-reflection, retreats, and guided explorations of the Church documents, she also recommends gathering the perspectives of individuals with disabilities by…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Religious Education, Social Justice, Inclusion
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Moret, Angela T.; O'Dwyer, Ronald R. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2020
This essay reflects on the spiritual lessons learned as a Catholic graduate-level teacher prep program guided novice teachers through the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic. We observed the importance of articulating a clear spiritual vision rooted in scripture, history, and personal experience. The guiding spiritual lens has been the Emmaus…
Descriptors: Catholic Educators, Catholic Schools, Spiritual Development, COVID-19
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