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U.S. Catholic Elementary & Secondary Schools, 1996-1997

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Published by National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) .
Written in English


  • Religion,
  • Catholic schools,
  • Statistics,
  • United States,
  • General

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12088304M
ISBN 101558331905
ISBN 109781558331907

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Created Date: 6/13/ PM. By , the number of elementary schools had reached 6,, enrolling million pupils taught by 42, teachers, the great majority of whom were nuns. Secondary education likewise boomed. In , there were only about Catholic high schools, but by more than 1, were in operation.   By way of background, my wife and I home educated our three children in the 's and 's through elementary school and then sent the kids to Catholic high schools. Introducing the catholic elementary school principal: What principals say about themselves, their values, their schools - ISBN Principal's Survival Guide - ISBN NCEA Our titles help all catholic educators and administrators have the professional resources to meet the highest standards of excellence in Catholic : Raymond J. Vercruysse.

Catholic schools generate social cohesion and preserve civic order in the local community • Neighborhood social cohesion decreases and disorder increases following the closure of a Catholic elementary school. (Brinig & Garnett, , p. ) • Police beats in Chicago that experienced at least one Catholic school closure had a higher crime rateFile Size: KB. The number of religious and priests in Catholic schools have continued to decline, while the laity continue to provide strong, effective leadership and it is they who will largely set the future of Catholic education. This book is divided into seven chapters and begins with a pre-test to allow readers to assess their legal knowledge. in Catholic primary and secondary schools in the United States and the United Kingdom since This landscape has three main characteristics. First, schol-arly debates about the curriculum in Catholic schools have been few, particularly empirically based discussions. Second, these debates have been led by U.S File Size: KB. Charism and Culture. This book explores how each Catholic school has a charism to be integrated throughout school culture and how it is also a spiritual asset to Catholic school vitality. U.S. Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools Member Price: $ Non Member Price: $