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Queering education - Robert R. Reilly

What will happen in the classroom if same-sex marriage is legalised? Massachusetts offers a vision of the future.   Read more...

Queering the Schools - Marjorie King

At a high school in prosperous Newton, Massachusetts, it’s “To B GLAD Day” — or, less delicately, Transgender, Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian Awareness Day. An advocacy session for students and teachers features three self-styled transgendered individuals — a member of the senior class and two recent graduates.  Read more...

Raise Children of Character - Thomas Lickona

When we do not set high standards, we abandon our children to their own immature desires and the pressures of the peer group and culture.  Read more...

Raising the Bar: How Parents Can Fix Education - Daniel Akst

Everyone, it seems, has a complaint about the schools. Indifferent bureaucracy, change-averse unions, faddish curricula, soaring school taxes matched with mediocre student performance -- the list is long and seemingly unchanging.  Read more...

Ralph McInerny and the tragedy of Notre Dame - George Weigel

Ralph McInerny was arguably the most distinguished scholar ever to work at Notre Dame.   Read more...

Rampaging Toward Choice - MICHAEL W. LYNCH

If the demand for scholarships across the country demonstrates anything, it's the deep dissatisfaction of city parents with their assigned government schools.  Read more...

Rationale for Non-Sponsorship - Rev. Robert Spitzer, S.J.

As the debate over Father Spitzer’s actions extended beyond the campus, the Gonzaga president submitted this op-ed column to the Spokane Spokesman-Review, which published it in slightly abridged form.  Read more...

Re-Learning To Say ‘Please’ And ‘Thank-You’ - Doug McManaman

As Catholic teachers, our attitude must be nothing less than one of grateful thanksgiving. If we are going to have any success in our schools, this is the disposition with which teachers have to learn to enter their classrooms.  Read more...

Reading the Church Fathers and Doctors - Randall Smith

In Culture and Anarchy, Matthew Arnold famously spoke of the importance of acquainting oneself with “the best that has been thought and said in the world.”   Read more...

Reflections on Catholic Education at the Millennium - J. FRASER FIELD

If Catholic students are not made aware of the great wealth they have inherited in terms of culture, they may well end up, as the great Catholic historian Christopher Dawson predicted, "divided personalities with a Christian faith and a pagan culture which contradict one another continually."  Read more...

Reforming Education in Four Easy Steps - WILLIAM J. BENNETT & CHESTER E. FINN JR.

Recast these four core terms-public school, teacher, curriculum and standards, and who's in charge locally-and America will get the education reforms it needs.  Read more...

Religion and Public Schools - Rod Paige

On February 7, 2003, Secretary Paige issued guidance on constitutionally protected prayer in public elementary and secondary schools. This guidance explains the responsibilities of state educational agencies and local educational agencies with respect to this aspect of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB).  Read more...

Religion in Schools - Charles Colson

Working together, we can ensure that public schools are safe places for students to express their faith -- just as the U.S. Department of Education has affirmed and our Founding Fathers clearly intended.  Read more...

Religion in the Classroom - Gregory J. Rummo

Religion's influence in the world is pervasive. Even atheists will concede this fact. Therefore, a well-rounded education must include religion from the start. "An elementary school curriculum that ignores religion gives students the false message that religion doesn't matter to people — that we live in a religion-free world," write Warren A. Nord and Charles C. Haynes in their 1998 book, “Taking Religion Seriously Across the Curriculum”.  Read more...

Religious Education Indispensable for Free Society - Rev. Robert J. Spitzer, S.J.

How do you view the role of higher education — and of distinctively religious schools, in particular — in a free society?  Read more...

Religious Schools Less Troubled by Drugs - NATIONAL CATHOLIC REGISTER

According to a new study, Catholic and other religious schools have fewer drug-related problems than public schools.  Read more...

Repentance and renewal in the mission of catechesis - Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.

The practical unbelief we now face in our societies is, in large measure, the fruit of our own flawed choices in teaching, parenting, religious practice and personal witness. But these choices can be unmade.  Read more...

Repenting of the Failure of Parish-Based Catechesis - Barbara Nicolosi

It's long past time for the Catholic Church in the United States to acknowledge and address the fact that in many, possibly most, dioceses, parish-based catechesis has been an abject failure.  Read more...

Requiem for the Tiger Nuns - Richard & Elizabeth Gerbracht

When the tiresome complaint arose again recently on a television program about the nuns of yesteryear hitting Catholic schoolchildren on the knuckles with a ruler, we undertook a nostalgic time trip back to the days when we sat in such nuns' classrooms.   Read more...

Retaking the Universities - Roger Kimball

The sea is far from full, but the current still can serve. The tide, ebbing for decades, has begun to flow. It is time to seize the initiative lest we miss the moment and lose our ventures.  Read more...

Rewriting history - Robert Fulford

The most valuable public work of an intellectual often turns out to be negative, the scraping away of congealed misconceptions that limit our understanding of reality.  Read more...

Right to Truth, Right to Know: DeSales is Proud of the Mandatum - Tim Drake

When it came time for Susan and Joseph Lawruk of Middletown, Pa., to choose a college for their son, James, they considered several Catholic universities.  Read more...

Rights of Initiation: Home Schoolers and Sacramental Preparation - Leon J. Suprenant, Jr.

The home schooling phenomenon is many faceted and evolving, and this article cannot possibly address the range of issues that have arisen in recent years. However, I believe that an overview of the respective rights and duties of parents with respect to sacramental preparation may be helpful in providing principles that can be applied in assessing and constructively resolving the particular conflicts that inevitably will arise.  Read more...

Robert P. George takes students’ questions - Robert P. George

Professor George recently took questions from a group of ivy league students about the fun of disrupting campus group-think, challenging the "dogmas of liberalism", the marriage debate, and much more.  Read more...

Rontrell's Choice - Brendan Miniter

Why a South Carolina teen has to work his way through high school.  Read more...


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