We form talented, faith-filled college graduates to renew and transform Catholic school classrooms.
We prepare transformational Catholic school leaders who make God known, loved, and served by managing school resources, leading learning, and building robust Catholic school communities.
We are the network of ACE graduates and friends committed to empowering individuals to support, strengthen, and transform Catholic education.
We equip educators to meet the unique needs of English language learners in Catholic school.
We envision Catholic schools that are prepared to educate all children regardless of academic, behavioral, social, emotional, or physical need. We seek to equip Catholic schools with a culture, a foundation, and resources for inclusive education.
We are a national movement committed to promoting the value and accessibility of a quality Catholic education among Church and school leaders, educators, and families.
A year-long formation program providing Catholic schools with marketing strategies and school culture interventions to better attract and serve Latino families in their local community.
This two-and-a-half-day summer conference explores the intersection of the Church, Catholic schools, and the growing U.S. Latino population.
A year-long leader formation program designed to form, advance, and retain Latino educators in Catholic education by providing professional development and community mentorship rooted in Catholic faith.
A leadership formation symposium for pastors of Catholic schools. This four-day summer conference is designed to respond to the unique and increasingly complex challenges and opportunities related to serving as a pastor of a parish school.
We aim to create a foundation of mutual leadership that encourages and supports each member school in its ministry, while strengthening our collective ability to fulfill our mission.
We form teacher leaders who empower their Catholic schools by elevating the mathematics program with a focus on surfacing Truth, Beauty, and Order and by cultivating joyful, supportive communities within their own schools and across their Diocese.
We foster collaboration between the Institute for Educational Initiative's literacy education faculty and Notre Dame's College of Arts and Letters with the goal of transforming literacy scholarship and practice in today's K-12 multicultural schools.
We strive to make a lasting impact in STEM education through research and the translation of evidence-based findings into programs that have broader impacts on student interest in, identity with, and learning of the STEM disciplines.
We deepen and enrich the capacity of Catholic school principals and leaders, strengthening current principals to become the most remarkable Catholic school leaders in the nation.
We empower Catholic school teachers and leaders to leverage technology and related innovative research-based educational practices to meet the needs of all learners.
We help advance policy to empower families and promote educational equity.
We are dedicated to shepherding students to college and heaven by accompanying them on their educational journeys. We team with schools to provide the tools children need to develop strong character and deepen their spirituality through each stage of their education.
We are a network of schools that strive to provide a Catholic education of the highest quality to as many children as possible.
An annual event hosted by Notre Dame's Institute for Educational Initiatives that offers professional development for elementary and secondary teachers from across the country.
We cultivate business talent in service of Catholic education by providing Notre Dame undergraduates the opportunity to work in national philanthropic foundations and organizations.
We provide ACE and other UCCE graduates with the opportunity to teach and live internationally for 18 months, while enhancing capacities as leaders and educators.
We seek to identify, motivate, and develop leaders that are committed to revitalizing the Catholic character of Irish primary and secondary schools in the 21st century.