Hispanic Teachers and Leaders in Catholic Schools


In this Special Issue, authors focus on recruiting, supporting, and retaining Hispanic educators in Catholic schools. A set of manuscripts was initially proposed by the guest editors and an open call for additional manuscripts was distributed and posted online. Submitted manuscripts (research articles and Education-in-Practice contributions) went through blind peer-review, and book reviews were subjected to editorial board review. We continue to welcome additional research focused on the topic of Hispanic educators for future regular issues of the Journal of Catholic Education.



Critical Transformation: A Conceptual Framework for Examining the Impact of UCCE Programs on Latinx Catholic School Teachers
Antonio Felix, John Beltramo, Lisa Archuleta, Marie Rodrigues, Mariajose Gomez, and Angel Yanes


Strengthening and Sustaining Dual Language Education in Catholic Schools
Laura Hamman-Ortiz, Katy Lichon, Clare Roach, and Patricia Salazar Harty

Education in Practice Articles

Book Reviews