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Religious Education

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  • Vouchers No Magic Bullet: Researchers Split On Their Effectiveness.

     
    If you ask Gov. Tom Corbett how to fix what ails Pennsylvania’s public schools, you’ll get an unequivocal answer: “What we need to do is create the competition,” the Republican said as he rolled out his revamped school reform...
  • Movie Review: The Mighty Macs

     
    There's something irresistible about a the underdog's plight, something glorious about a “Cinderella Story” in sports. “The Mighty Macs” is a movie that taps into that, telling us of the glory days of  Immaculata College's women'...
  • Burke's idea to continue free water is all wet

     
    Friday's print column, below, is a revised and extended version of a blog posting yesterday Ald. Ed Burke, 14th, made a splash, so to speak, Wednesday when he called for allowing religious schools and houses of worship to continue getting......
  • HBO’s “Prayer for a Perfect Season” follows NJ high school hoops team

     
    By Tom Comi Follow @ChannelGuide [There is a video that cannot be displayed in this feed. Visit the blog entry to see the video.] At most public high schools around the country, the basketball team merely provides entertainment and school spirit for...
  • AP success: Seminole, Polk and Catholic diocese make national honor roll

     
    The Polk and Seminole county school districts, along with the Catholic Diocese of Orlando, have won spots on the College Board's AP District Honor Roll. Districts win a place on this honor roll if their schools increase access to AP courses to a “...
  • Lady Gaga wants to spend Thanksgiving with you

     
    "A Very Gaga Thanksgiving" will run 90 minutes and starts at 9:30 p.m. Nov. 24. She is fixing that turkey for a small audience of family and friends. They will hear her sing "Marry the Night," "You and I," "The Edge of Glory" and "White Christmas."...
  • St. Joachim crazy for Coles

    St. Joachim crazy for Coles
    COSTA MESA — Isn't there a saying that goes: all good things come in threes? The St. Joachim Catholic School boys' fifth- and sixth-grade silver division team would most likely say yes because of its three Coles. Cole Schattinger, Cole McFetters...
  • Baltimore Catholic school closings: Who benefitted?

    With the end of the 2010-2011 school year approaching for most area Catholic schools, I would be interested to hear from anyone regarding all the benefits that were to be gained from the closing of the 12 Catholic elementary and high schools. As the...
  • Focus on the big picture

    Focus on the big picture
    Kim Pryzbylski Title: Superintendent/senior director of faith formation, Archdiocese of Miami, starting July 1. Other job experience: Superintendent of schools for Diocese of Monterey, Calif.; former superintendent in Diocese ofGary, Ind. Other...
  • Bryan Gowdy made history fighting life sentences for juveniles

    Bryan Gowdy made history fighting life sentences for juveniles
    Bryan Gowdy was an unlikely candidate to make history. He was an unknown lawyer from a small firm when he went before the U.S. Supreme Court to argue on behalf of a black Florida inmate sentenced as a teen to life without parole for burglary charges. He...
  • Rolley urges vouchers, mayoral control of Baltimore schools

    Rolley urges vouchers, mayoral control of Baltimore schools
    Mayoral candidate and former city planning director Otis Rolley III has vowed to offer private school vouchers to students zoned to attend failing middle schools and says he would lobby to restore mayoral control to the city school system. "Our future is...