For most parents, one of their greatest desires is for their children to receive a quality education. Such an education, which can begin as early as preschool and continue through college and graduate school, is the foundation for young people no
The teaching profession is one that demands dedication, commitment, and sacrifice. Indeed, most teachers, whether in a public or private school setting, often go beyond the “call of duty”, motivated by their desire to create a stimulating learnin
Superintendents of California’s Catholic schools have issued a statement on how they intend to adjust the Common Core School Standards (CCSS) to the unique goals and mission of Catholic education.
Numerous studies have long recognized the many benefits of early childhood education. These studies have shown that, over the long term, high quality preschool improves student achievement and attendance, increases high school graduation rates, a
In 2010, California changed the date when five-year-olds became eligible for kindergarten. In the process the state also essentially expanded kindergarten to a two-year program.
More than 1.8 million California school students were truant from their schools in 2011-2012 - nearly 30 percent of all public school students.
Joy radiated through St. Raphael School in the San Francisco Archdiocese this week, as it celebrated the 10th anniversary of its successful pre-school.