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Catholic Schools Week 2020 - For Our Parishes

on Sunday, 26 January 2020.

By: Deacon Nick Senger

Catholic Schools Week 2020 - Alliance for Catholic Education

Throughout Catholic Schools Week 2020, we'll be sharing some of our favorite Catholic Schools Week reflections that ACE graduates, team members, and friends have submitted over the years. The below reflection is from Deacon Nick Senger and was originally published in 2013

An empty Catholic school is a lonely place, and when students go home for the summer the atmosphere changes drastically. It's quieter, of course. There are no screaming kids at recess, no buzz of conversation down the halls, no tramping of feet before the beginning of daily Mass.

ACE Celebrates Catholic Schools Week at Notre Dame

on Thursday, 23 January 2020.

Catholic Schools Week 2020 - Alliance for Catholic Education

Join us during Catholic Schools Week for the following events and activities! You can also stay up to date on #CSW20 on ACE's Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. 

Four ACE Teachers Present at NCTE Conference

on Thursday, 16 January 2020.

NCTE Conference Baltimore ACE Teaching Fellows

Four ACE Teaching Fellows joined 10,000 English education teachers, scholars, and researchers in Baltimore recently for the annual convention of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).

Wilson Barrett, Emma Doerfler, Tracey Schirra, and Matt Sheber Howard joined ACE professors Mike Macaluso and Kati Macaluso to present at NCTE’s flagship conference.

Best Stories of 2019

on Sunday, 29 December 2019.

ACE Best of 2019

As we enter into a new year, we also look back on the past year and our most popular news stories and blog posts. 

Joseph Connor: Fighting Educational Inequality by Giving Back

Tim Will on Monday, 16 December 2019.

Reform Leaders' Summit - Joe Connor

Joseph Connor has worn many hats in the fight for education reform. He has alternately worked as a teacher, a research analyst, in-house legal counsel, and as a pro bono attorney. Most recently, Joseph has continued his school choice work by becoming a member of the 11th cohort of the Alliance for Catholic Education’s Reform Leaders’ Summit.

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