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