This study explores how one teacher, Rebecca, makes sense of teaching history in a Catholic school. This Catholic school had a clear religious mission and did not have required curriculum or high-stakes tests. Yet, findings indicate that Rebecca did not attend to the religious mission in her teaching and, in absence of curricula or high-stakes tests, she relied heavily on the textbook. Findings demonstrate the need for a greater understanding of what curricular content is being taught and learned in Catholic elementary and secondary schools and how it aligns with the mission and purpose of Catholic schools.
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Fitzpatrick, C. (2019). "It's More Than Just Religion:" Teaching History in a Catholic School. Journal of Catholic Education, 22 (1). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol22/iss1/22