A state school board in Oklahoma voted June 5 to approve the nation’s first publicly funded religious school.
An Oklahoma school board vote, postponed on March 21 and set to take place sometime before the end of April, has already received a fair amount of attention.
The Diocese of Brooklyn saw an enrollment increase this year thanks to “the hard work, dedication and caring of the teachers, principals, parish pastors, and leaders,” said Ted Havelka, the diocesan director of enrollment management and financial assistance.
Less than a week after becoming the new president and CEO of the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA), Lincoln Snyder was already thinking about the next school year, which will begin in less than two months.
The National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) recognized Providencia Quiles, the president and acting principal of Nazareth Regional High School, for her leadership in keeping the co-ed Catholic high school open, up, and running for the last nine years.
Education leaders imagining how Catholic schools will safely reopen this fall agree on two things: different decisions will be made according to locations and reopening plans may change on short notice.