Catholic Education and the Promise of School Choice by Kevin Schmiesing
Approx. 17,380 words.
Published on July 2, 2012 by
American education is in crisis. Many public schools, especially those serving students of challenging socio-economic backgrounds, fail to provide the training necessary to succeed in a modern, global economy. Meanwhile, Catholic schools, traditionally the bastions of excellent academic and moral formation, suffer from funding shortages and lack of mission clarity.