IntroductionWelcome to the latest issue of the Journal of Catholic Education. We are thrilled to showcase the important scholarship contained in the following articles. We have six feature articles, including explorations of inner-city Catholic school data, STEM-focused schools, and an article on transgender students in Catholic schools. This issue also includes two Education in Practice articles about the role of homework and analysis of a whole-school STREAM project. We are actively soliciting articles for our next issue, and also welcome proposals for upcoming focus sections or special issues on topics of interest to the field of Catholic education. We are also refining our call for Education in Practice, as we clarify the intent and scope of this section for future issues. Please feel free to contact our editors with any questions or to discuss research ideas.
Tracking the Legacy of "Inner-City" Catholic Schools: An Analysis of U.S. Elementary Catholic School Organizational and Demographic Data
Andrew F. Miller, Annie Smith, Kierstin M. Giunco, Audrey A. Friedman, Myra Rosen-Reynoso, and Charles T. Cownie III
Leading in Liminality: Implications on Individual and Collective Identity, and Knowledge Creation for School Leaders
David Sorkin, Melodie Wyttenbach, John Reyes, and Michael Warner
Education in Practice Articles
STREAMing with Butterflies: A Whole School STREAM Project
Carey L. Averill and Janet M. Herrelko