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June 01, 2021
American public education is often reduced to caricature, but in reality it is a great democratic experiment, and Catholic teachers – with an eye toward inclusion rather than proselytising – can be an essential element within the world of public schools.
March 16, 2015
The Pope met with members of an Italian association of Catholic teachers, educators and school administrators
February 12, 2015
School inspectors have been accused of heavy-handedly questioning 10-year-olds as part of a ‘witch-hunt’ against traditional values. But this couldn’t be more wrong
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