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Catholic Education in America: To Deceive the Elect?

Catholic Education in America: To Deceive the Elect?

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An expose of the key players involved in the fundamental transformation of Catholic education. This report raises important questions about their vision, motives, and methods for this change. A hardcopy of this report has been mailed to every Prelate who heads an (Arch)diocese of the United States.
An expose of the key players involved in the fundamental transformation of Catholic education. This report raises important questions about their vision, motives, and methods for this change. A hardcopy of this report has been mailed to every Prelate who heads an (Arch)diocese of the United States.

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CATHOLIC EDUCATION IN AMERICA
 TO DECEIVE THE ELECT?
 
Research and Report By: Betsy Kraus October, 2013
 
Updated: October 28, 2013
 
 CATHOLIC EDUCATION IN AMERICA
 TO DECEIVE THE ELECT?
 
CONTENTS
IntroductionThe TransformationThe Nexus for Transformation 
*The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching - major innovations
 
*Loyola University Chicago - Center for Catholic School Effectiveness
 
*Boston College - the Roche Center for Catholic Education- leading the
 "Transformation" 
 
*University of Notre Dame - Alliance for Catholic Education
 -
governance
 
*The National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) -major transmission belt to convey innovation and transformation
 
to teachers and the classroom
The Carnegie Conversation on Catholic Education
 
(CFAT)
 Speakers and Topics
Innovations in Funding and Governance
 Notre Dame Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE)
 
Blended and Cyber Learning
 
Compacts and Partnerships
The Charter Conundrum
Public and Catholic Charter SchoolsMany Questions
Further Developments 
Fr. Joseph O'Keefe and Sister Dale McDonald, NCEA -The Broader Bolder  Approach Tony Bryk, CFAT -2009 Leadership Conference on Improving Outcomes and Containing Costs Lorraine Ozar - AdvancED (accreditation)
Rubrics for TransformationMore Innovations for Transformation 
Continuous Quality Improvement Methodology
 
The Gordon Commission on the Future of Assessment in Education
 
Developments in the Dioceses
 The Archdiocese of Denver  The Archdiocese of Chicago The Dioceses of Pennsylvania The Archdiocese of St. Louis The Archdiocese of Milwaukee
The Little Red SchoolhouseCommunity Education for Utopia 
Community Education and Assessment
 
Brain Research for a Compliant Mind
 ADDENDUMTransforming Public EducationTightening the GripInfiltrating Catholic EducationClosing Statements

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" In September of 2013, The Walton Family Foundation gave a $5 million challenge grantto the Philadelphia Great Schools Fund. Gates and his partnerships are now in at least 16major cities, with many more cities targeted. In 2012, The Gates Foundation gave $3.25million to the Boston Compact, which also includes Catholic schools. How manydioceses are actually partnering to receive Gates Foundation
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