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Dufault, Adam J. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2023
This study explored the experience of Catholic school principals in Ohio whose schools have participated in the EdChoice Scholarship program. The researcher employed the lens of principal time usage to examine the experiences of Ohio Catholic school principals with EdChoice, with a focus on the direct experiences of principals participating in the…
Descriptors: Time Management, Principals, Scholarships, Catholic Schools
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O'Grady, Courtney; Ostrosky, Michaelene M. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2023
The purpose of this exploratory qualitative study was to examine how the perceptions and experiences of teachers relate to the suspension and expulsion of preschoolers in Catholic schools. Results indicated that teachers have a range of experiences with suspension, from children being removed from the classroom temporarily to out-of-school…
Descriptors: Discipline, Expulsion, Suspension, Teacher Attitudes
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Kowalski, Monica J.; Dallavis, Julie W.; Ponisciak, Stephen M.; Svarovsky, Gina – Journal of Catholic Education, 2023
As a ministry of the Catholic Church, Catholic schools are charged with educating students' hearts and minds. Multiple standardized academic tests and other student assessments are available for monitoring both student and teacher outcomes in Catholic schools, but fewer measures exist for considering the school's faith-related mission. Although…
Descriptors: Catholics, Catholic Schools, Elementary School Students, Student Attitudes
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Dallavis, Julie W. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2023
Accountability pressures in education have risen steadily over the last two decades and public schools and districts now track school- and student-level data in response to state and federal mandates. Catholic schools and dioceses have not faced the same level of regulation over this period, and less is known about data access and use in the…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Superintendents, Data Use, Barriers
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Brion, Corinne – Journal of Catholic Education, 2023
This qualitative study used a phenomenological approach and the Marianist characteristics as a conceptual framework to understand the experiences of six lay Marianist educational leaders during COVID-19. Findings indicate that, during the pandemic, leaders were faced with specific challenges: receiving an excess of information, facing inequity in…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, Crisis Management, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Sutton, Katie; Grafmeyer, Abigail D.; Reynolds, Dan – Journal of Catholic Education, 2023
As Catholic schools serve an increasingly racially diverse population of students, they must grapple with the critical requirement to address these students' unique needs while heeding the call from modern Catholic Church leaders to engage in explicit antiracist action. Using the Historically Responsive Literacy Framework (HRL), this article…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, High School Teachers, English Instruction, Language Arts
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David Sorkin; Melodie Wyttenbach; John Reyes; Michael Warner – Journal of Catholic Education, 2023
In the spring of 2020, schools of all sectors across all nations were forced to close their doors as COVID-19 rippled through communities. Drawing upon the concept of liminality, which refers to a stage, state, or period of transition (Soderlund & Borg, 2017), this study investigated the intersections of the experience of liminality during the…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Religious Schools, Catholic Educators, COVID-19
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Ryan Scheb – Journal of Catholic Education, 2023
St. Patrick's Catholic School is a coeducational Catholic preparatory school located in a large northeastern city. The school serves an exclusively non-white, working-class student population who demonstrates the motivation and potential to attend and graduate from college. The school's mission calls for its staff to be guided by "cura…
Descriptors: Homework, Mental Health, Academic Achievement, Catholic Schools
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Julie W. Dallavis – Journal of Catholic Education, 2023
School choice policies seek to increase access to educational opportunities and stimulate innovations in schooling. This study examines the early stages of one such innovation--school-wide curricular specialization--in three Catholic elementary schools adopting a STEM focus and uses interviews to consider how and why different levels of support…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Catholic Schools, Elementary Schools, Organizational Change
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Dirk de Jong – Journal of Catholic Education, 2023
This paper reports on a recent survey of principals of Catholic high schools across the country regarding the existence of formal gender identity policies or informal practices with respect to the behavior and treatment of transgender students in their schools. The survey's findings are discussed in the context of recent developments with respect…
Descriptors: Sexual Identity, Catholic Schools, High School Students, Principals
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Christina Mariani-Petroze – Journal of Catholic Education, 2023
This study explores the impact of professional learning communities on student achievement in a small school setting. Aaron Hansen's book, "How to Develop PLCs for Singletons and Small Schools," offered a guide for arranging vertical, grade-level teams with one teacher per grade level at one private, K-8 school. The faculty engaged in…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Academic Achievement, Small Schools, Private Schools
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Andrew F. Miller; Annie Smith; Kierstin M. Giunco; Audrey A. Friedman; Myra Rosen-Reynoso; Charles T. Cownie III – Journal of Catholic Education, 2023
Over the past twenty years, Catholic elementary schools that self identify as "inner-city" have closed at a higher rate than Catholic schools in other locations. These schools have also long been associated with a legacy of effectively serving low-income students, students of color, and recent immigrant students, suggesting that the…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Elementary Schools, Urban Schools, Minority Group Students
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Carey L. Averill; Janet M. Herrelko – Journal of Catholic Education, 2023
This study explores the commitment of a school faculty to use the pedagogical practices needed to employ a project-based unit of Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STREAM). The unit of study concentrated on environmental sustainability of butterflies through project-based learning (PBL). Teacher interviews were…
Descriptors: Art Education, STEM Education, Religious Education, Entomology
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Steven Crawford Hayward – Journal of Catholic Education, 2023
This study explores some of the demographic, personal, and experiential factors of emerging adults that correlate to a spectrum of moral outlooks ranging from moral universalism to moral relativism. Data was gathered from 466 volunteer undergraduate students. Respondents' demographic, experiential, and personal factors served as independent…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Elementary Secondary Education, Sexuality, Individual Characteristics
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Wyttenbach, Melodie; Funk, Anne Marie; Browne, Marissa – Journal of Catholic Education, 2022
While the majority of our Catholic schools in the United States today are far from their roots as schools run by immigrants for immigrants, the stories of immigrant teachers in our Catholic schools remain. With the majority of immigrants coming to the United States today from Mexico and Latin America, the Hispanic educators in our Catholic schools…
Descriptors: Catholic Educators, Immigrants, Personal Narratives, Barriers
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