giovedì 27 gennaio 2011

venerdì 21 gennaio 2011

Catholic identity in US Catholic schools: The Need for Quality Standards

For most of the history of Catholic schools in the United States Catholic identity was not a prescient question and their effectiveness in this area was largely assumed. When Catholic schools experienced a radical transformation in the make-up of their work force, from 95% vowed-religious in the 60’s to 97% lay today, Catholic identity became a relevant topic. In today’s Catholic schools lay people have stepped up to carry the flame of faith and Christian witness.......

The Need for Quality Standards

mercoledì 12 gennaio 2011

UK Catholic Schools Show Better Quality

Catholic schools in England and Wales were seen to provide a better education than other institutions on all levels, particularly in the personal development of students.

These were some of the conclusions in two publications released Monday by the Catholic Education Service for England and Wales (CESEW).

The CESEW published a "Digest of 2009 Census Data for Schools and Colleges" as well as a report titled "Value Added: the Distinctive Contribution of Catholic Schools and Colleges in England."

UK Catholic Schools Show Better Quality

Las escuelas católicas de Reino Unido tienen mejor calidad

mercoledì 5 gennaio 2011

Une école ouverte à l’universel

Pour Mgr Jean-Louis Bruguès, responsable du dossier au Vatican, l’enseignement catholique dans le monde se distingue par sa compétence mise au service du bien commun. Son identité doit être affirmée, en préservant la liberté de conscience
Entretien avec Mgr Jean-Louis Bruguès Secrétaire de la Congrégation pour l'éducation catholique .......

Une école ouverte à l'universel