Catholic educational policy in the United States has developed through court battles and attempts to influence the Congress and the White House to protect the interest of Catholic parents, students, and schools. This essay reviews Catholic participation in the American political system through the lens of the “child benefit theory” and urges greater Catholic involvement in the future.
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Formicola, J. R. (2000). Catholics and the U.S. Education Policy. Journal of Catholic Education, 3 (4). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol3/iss4/5