The Contemporary Catholic School: Context, Identity, and Diversity

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Brother Terence McLaughlin, Joseph O'Keefe, Bernadette O'Keeffe
Psychology Press, 1996 - Education - 320 pages
This collection of essays by American and British authors discusses how the methods and issues of Catholic schooling are becoming of increasing interest to non-Catholic schools - due to the Catholic method of schooling being perceived as more humane.
 

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Contents

Current Realities and Historical Perspectives
1
Lessons from Catholic High Schools on Renewing
25
National Crisis Catholic Schools and the Common Good
42
Markets Education and Catholic Schools
57
Leadership in Catholic Schools
70
The Common Good Pluralism and Catholic Education
89
What Makes a School Catholic?
107
Catholic Education and Catholic Identity
126
Unlearning the Pedagogy
162
No Margin No Mission
177
Equality Race and Catholic Schools
198
Catholic Schools and Other Faiths
216
Church Teaching
232
Building Professional Communities
257
Openness and Intellectual Challenge in Catholic Schools
272
Directions for Research in Catholic Education in the USA
298

The Distinctiveness of Catholic Education
136
Wholeness Faith and the Distinctiveness of the Catholic School
155
Notes on Contributors
311
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