Catholic schools have always served immigrant populations, minority groups, and the urban poor. Demographic shifts in society at large and in Catholic circles have precipitated changes in the mission and purpose of Catholic education. This article explores ways to both preserve and expand the historical mission of Catholic schools as we progress into a new century filled with technological advancements.
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