The COVID-19 pandemic has required rapid changes to education, including the work of educators in Catholic schools. In order to document and respond to the changes experienced by Catholic school communities, Journal of Catholic Education. is pleased to present this special issue COVID-19 and Catholic Schools.

This special issue provides a forum for sharing information about how Catholic PK-12 schools, colleges, and universities are responding to the pandemic and the pivots in instruction, communication, administration, and ministry it has necessitated.

We will update this special issue periodically throughout the summer in order to share the most up-to-date reports, research, and commentary related to Catholic schools’ responses to the pandemic. Updates are planned for June 1, June 15, June 30, and July 15, and will continue as long as there is interest among our authors and readers.

On behalf of the Journal's Governing and Editorial Boards, we hope you find this special issue useful, thought-provoking, and a reminder of the strength of the worldwide community of Catholic educators. Let us know what you think! Tweet us @catholicedjournal

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Submissions from 2020

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Catholic School Educators as Adaptive Leaders: A Structure for Prophetic Action in Response to COVID-19, John T. James

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Subsidiarity & Innovation During the Pandemic, Timothy Uhl

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COVID-19 Crisis, Impacts on Catholic Schools, and Potential Responses: Introduction, Quentin Wodon

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COVID-19 Crisis, Impacts on Catholic Schools, and Potential Responses | Part 1: Developed Countries with Focus on the United States, Quentin Wodon

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COVID-19 Crisis, Impacts on Catholic Schools, and Potential Responses | Part II: Developing Countries with Focus on Sub-Saharan Africa, Quentin Wodon