This article describes the experience of the Society of Saint Charles, commonly known as the Scalabrinians, regarding the Catholic education of Italian immigrants between 1887 and 1933. It relates this historical situation to the following issues facing contemporary Catholic immigrant education: 1) financing local parochial educational programs with nonlocal funds; 2) developing theories regarding transcultural education; and 3) considering education inclusively to incorporate programs beyond parochial schooling.
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Brown, M. E. (1998). A Case Study of Immigrants and Education: The Scalabrinian Experience With Italian Americans. Journal of Catholic Education, 2 (2). Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol2/iss2/8