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Salvation Is the Bottom Line: Catholic School Principal Ed Andrade Tells It - Molly Mulqueen

Ed Andrade is an up-front kind of guy. He is so refreshingly candid about his passions - faith, family, friends, and Catholic education - that there probably have not been many conversations in Ed's life where he needed to be coaxed along with "Come on Ed - tell us how you really feel."  Read more...

Save the Catholic Schools! - Sol Stern

We almost lost Harlem’s Rice High School a few years ago. And what a defeat that would have been for all New Yorkers, Catholic and non-Catholic alike.  Read more...

Scarlet Blight: Rutgers and Religious Freedom - Charles Colson

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is a campus ministry whose goal is to establish "witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord" on college campuses. Naturally, you expect these communities’ leaders to be followers of Christ themselves.  Read more...

Schall's Twenty Books to Keep Sane By - James V. Schall, S.J.

There is another version of this list in Another Sort of Learning, where it is twenty-five books.  Read more...

School Choice and the Common Good of All Children - Kevin Schmiesing

The benefits of school choice are many.  Read more...

School Choice in the Inner-City - BRET SHUNDLER

Sadly, the current state of educational enfranchisement depends on your family's income.  Read more...

School Uniforms: Not Just for Catholics Anymore - DIANE M. HANSON

In many public-school districts, uniform policies are coming to be seen as one small, but significant,"counter-strike against the powerful influence of an increasingly aggressive popular culture.  Read more...

Schooling at Home - Sally Thomas

One morning, as the four children and I prepared to start the school day, I consulted the saints’ dictionary, as I habitually do, to see whose feast it might be.  Read more...

Score one for religious freedom - Barbara Kay

Who gets to decide what kind of religious and moral instruction children receive in school? Parents or the state? Quebec says it’s the state.  Read more...

Searching for Holiness and Glory - Tom Howard

It has fallen to my lot recently to teach classics in a small high school not far from my house that offers courses for homeschooled students.   Read more...

Secondary School, Too - Bess Twiston-Davies

A boarding school for English-speaking students sets down roots in a French village with a long Catholic heritage.  Read more...

Self-esteem vs. self-improvement - Barbara Kay

My generation was prepared for university by high school teachers with little interest in how we "felt" about the subjects they taught, and a great deal of interest in what we actually knew.  Read more...

Sense and Nonsense: A Conversation with Rev. James V. Schall, S.J. - Robert Reilly

Rev. James V. Schall, S.J., talks about the life of the mind, the future of the West, and lessons learned over a long career in education.  Read more...

September 11: What Our Children Need to Know - Thomas B. Fordham Foundation

Here is timely advice on what schools should teach and children should learn about September 11—and about history, civics, heroism and terrorism. Featuring 23 statements by leading educators and experts, plus an extensive bibliography, the report is a constructive, hard-hitting alternative to the "diversity and feelings" approach that many national education groups have taken to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.  Read more...

Sex and the Country - Hadley Arkes

A federal district judge in Maryland has jolted the local liberal establishment in Montgomery County by blocking a pilot program in sex education.  Read more...

Sex Education: What Works? - Stan Weed

Have abstinence education programs been shown to work and if so what are the characteristics of effective abstinence education programs?  Read more...

Sex, schools and social suicide - Kevin Ryan

If students attend schools which are run as sexual playgrounds, is it any wonder if they fail to learn?   Read more...

Sexed-Up Sex-Ed - Christian C. Sahner

College freshmen are now on campus or soon will be. If my experience arriving at Princeton University four years ago is any guide, the days ahead could be more than a little awkward for them.  Read more...

Shared Responsibilities - Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB

The Church's clear teaching, constantly reiterated by the Holy See, affirms that parents are the first educators of their children.   Read more...

Smart & Good Schools High Schools - Center for the 4th and 5th Rs

Smart & Good High Schools is a national study of American high schools. The report offers a vision of educational excellence and nearly 100 promising practices designed to foster human flourishing over a lifetime.   Read more...

Smart and Good Schools: A Paradigm Shift for Character Education - Matthew Davidson, Thomas Lickona, & Vladimir Khmelkov

Throughout history and in cultures around the world, education rightly conceived has had two great goals: helping students become smart and helping them become good. They need character for both.  Read more...

Sociology and the Life of Virtue - Aaron Urbanczyk

A new study shows off the intellectual bankruptcy lurking behind the vapid emoting young people employ these days when discussing ethical issues.  Read more...

Solitude and Leadership - William Deresiewicz

Solitude and leadership would seem to be contradictory things, but it seems to me that solitude is the very essence of leadership.   Read more...

Some First Principles of Catholic Education - Gerard T. Campbell

The purpose of this paper is to outline some of the perennial and invariable principles of Catholic education in the hope that they will be of benefit to those who are entrusted with the responsibility of relating them to the contemporary situation.  Read more...

Speaking Neatly - Roger Scruton

American speech, like English speech, used to sparkle.   Read more...


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