The Jesuit Schools Network

As many in Jesuit education know, a few months ago the Jesuit Secondary Education Association (JSEA) was replaced by a new organization, the Jesuit Schools Network (JSN). The JSN, according to the official announcement, is now "the organization charged with providing services and programming to the 80 Jesuit pre-secondary and secondary schools in the U.S. and Canada."

The new website for the JSN is www.jesuitschoolsnetwork.org. Below is an introductory video that provides a little more information about this significant development in Jesuit education.

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