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Kowalski, Monica J.; Ponisciak, Stephen M. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
As schools across the country made decisions about how to safely reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Fall of 2020, Catholic schools reopened for in-person instruction more than surrounding public schools. This study analyzes published reopening plans from 136 Catholic schools in 18 different states to explore how schools reopened and how…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, School Closing, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Pogodzinski, Ben; Morris, Anne – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
To help inform continuous improvement efforts across Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Detroit (AOD), the Catholic Identity Program Effectiveness Surveys were administered to parents, students, and faculty/staff across schools in the AOD during Winter 2018. This work sought to identify variation in responses across respondents and schools.…
Descriptors: Organizational Climate, Educational Environment, Catholic Schools, Parent Attitudes
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Simonds, Thomas A.; Cook, Timothy; Engel, Max; Fussell, Ronald D.; Hearn, Jean; Meyer, Jerry – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
Canon law recognizes the pastor as the chief educational officer (CEO) of the parish school. However, recent studies demonstrate that seminaries do not prepare seminarians for work in or leadership of Catholic schools, and recent scholarship also demonstrates that an increasing number of seminarians lack the desire to lead a parish school. Our…
Descriptors: Clergy, Catholic Schools, Administrator Education, Governance
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Guest, Andrew M. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
Catholic schools have a particular tradition of excellence in the types of sports, arts, and service activities that have a prominent role in contemporary American education and youth culture. This paper considers ways that tradition may constitute a type of Catholic school advantage in two parts. First, the paper offers a brief social history of…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, High School Students, Team Sports, Art
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Zani, Vincenzo – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
This article considers three fundamental perspectives for Catholic education, all mentioned in the encyclical letter "Populorum Progressio" of Paul VI, which have also been present in the teachings of successive pontiffs. The first perspective is the need to build a new civilization and the idea that "the world suffers due to lack…
Descriptors: Humanism, Social Responsibility, Role of Education, State Church Separation
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Lubienecki, Paul – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
At the fin de siècle the Industrial Revolution created egregious physical, emotional and spiritual conditions for American society and especially for the worker but who would come forward to alleviate those conditions? Protestants implemented their Social Gospel Movement as a proposed cure to these problems. Secular Progressives engaged in a more…
Descriptors: Social Problems, Catholics, Social Change, Activism
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Walsh, Diane D.; Richardson, Kathy D.; Tylsova, Marie; Guri, William; Brown, Ian Tucker – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
An unexpected academic department closure can be deeply unsettling to many stakeholders. Department closure is typically intended to be a cost-saving measure; however, department closure can be a difficult, time-consuming process with unexpected consequences. This study takes a hermeneutical phenomenological approach to explore the impact of the…
Descriptors: Departments, Educational Administration, World Views, Higher Education
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Lubienecki, Paul – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
Many often identified the Catholic Church with the cause of labor and worker's rights in the United States. However that was not the common situation encountered by laborers throughout most of the nineteenth century. The proclamation of the social encyclicals: Pope Leo XIII's Rerum Novarum (1891) and Pope Pius XI's Quadragesimo Anno (1931)…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Educational History, Church Role, Labor Conditions
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Place, A. William; Clapano, Kevin; Palestini, Robert H. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
This qualitative follow up study sought the impressions of students after a two year program. The analysis of this data involved grounded theory qualitative methods. The primary means of data collection for the qualitative portion of this study was through digitally-recording and transcribing of participants' voices in response to individual…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Program Evaluation, Grounded Theory, Cues
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Wodon, Quentin – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
While enrollment in Catholic schools is rising in the global south, it is declining in many Western countries. Providing a quality and holistic education experience remains essential in both developed and developing countries, especially for disadvantaged groups. But in addition, in developed countries, trade-offs may have to be confronted to stem…
Descriptors: Declining Enrollment, Catholic Schools, Costs, Enrollment Trends
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Bradley-Levine, Jill – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
This critical ethnography examined the motivations of, and processes used by teachers to advocate for the inclusion of students with exceptionalities in their Catholic school. Because students with exceptionalities have been marginalized in k-12 Catholic schools, learning more about teachers who have been successful advocates on their behalf is…
Descriptors: Advocacy, Inclusion, Teaching Methods, Catholic Schools
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Cattaro, Gerald M.; Richard, Philippe; Wodon, Quentin – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
Every four years, the International Office of Catholic Education (OIEC in French) organizes its World Congress as an opportunity for participants -- including school teachers and principals, to share their experiences and achievements, as well as the challenges they face. In June 2019, the Educatio Si Congress took place in New York in partnership…
Descriptors: Barriers, Catholic Schools, International Organizations, Teacher Attitudes
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Fussell, Ronald D. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
In this grounded theory study, qualitative data from 11 educators in six diocesan high schools in the New England region revealed an interrelated framework for lay educator faith formation. Dimensions of that framework include the educator's relationship to the Church, interconnected processes of prayerful reflection and personal encounter,…
Descriptors: Lay Teachers, Catholic Educators, Catholic Schools, Religious Factors
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Muthigani, Augusta – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
While issues faced by Catholic schools around the world depend on local context, a number of common challenges are often encountered globally. This article considers eight such challenges: (1) the decline in the depth of faith and values; (2) an inadequate number of clergy and religious serving in schools; (3) a changing scenario for teaching…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Barriers, Religion, Religious Factors
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Oliveira, Gabrielle; Cho, Eunhye; Barbieri, Olivia – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
In this article, we examine how a Network of Catholic Bilingual Schools (NCBS) serves Latino populations by examining the leadership's narratives of the school services and outreach. By employing a survey with 16 principals in the NCBS, we argue that the rate of engagement is similar between Latino and non-Latino parents, although the nature of…
Descriptors: Hispanic Americans, Family Involvement, Catholic Schools, Bilingual Schools
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