Education

Religious liberty advocates believe that the latest Supreme Court decision will finally banish the hated 19th-century Blaine Amendments for good.
People hold signs outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington Jan. 22, 2020, ahead of oral arguments in a case from Montana on religious rights and school choice. The court is examining if states should give aid, in the form of tax credits, to private religious schools. (CNS photo/Sarah Silbiger, Reuters)
The court upheld a Montana scholarship program that allows state tax credits for private schooling.
David Albertson June 25, 2020
Can the humanities help us find intellectual, emotional and spiritual shelter during our present time of crises?
Mara Brecht May 15, 2020
In the coronavirus epidemic, Catholic educators have a real-world laboratory to evaluate how they make practical the too-often merely conceptual talk about Catholic identity. Do current pedagogies give students what we say they will—a truly distinctive way of being, a way of knowing and a way of
Some students have a difficult time paying attention to a small screen; others struggle with dyslexia or reading disabilities; still others are hypersensitive to noise and things happening around them.
James T. Keane May 12, 2020
A 1958 graduate of Regis High School in New York and a 1962 graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA, Dr. Fauci encouraged graduating seniors at Jesuit high schools around the country to "be smart, strong and resilient."