Education

Catholic News Service June 12, 2018
A new study conducted by the Thomas B. Fordham Institute found that children in Catholic schools are less disruptive and have more self-control than their peers in non-Catholic or public schools.
Fred Rogers on the set of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” (Jim Judkis/Focus Features)
John Anderson June 08, 2018
The movie about children's TV host Fred Rogers, directed by Morgan Neville (“Twenty Feet From Stardom”), is sturdy and unavoidably sentimental.
Students and faculty at The Catholic University of America celebrate graduation on May 12 in Washington, D.C. (CNS photo/Dana Rene Bowler, courtesy The Catholic University of America) 
David Coleman June 01, 2018
Our religious institutions have spent centuries cultivating practices, from solitude to humility, that allow us to learn and grow.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos testifies at a House Committee on Education and the Workforce, Tuesday, May 22, 2018, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
J.D. Long-García May 25, 2018
The Secretary of Education stirred up controversy when she said it was up to schools to decide if an undocumented student should be reported to authorities.
Advocates of programs to support non-public schools say that they are implemented at the state level within existing agencies and question the claim by Ms. DeVos that a federal law would lead to more bureaucracy.
Loyola University New Orleans is one of several Catholic colleges facing what they hope are temporary budgetary challenges. (iStock/Gregory Kurpiel)
All colleges face budget challenges, but Catholic schools must also contend with marketing to an increasingly secular applicant pool.