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Roche Center's Inaugural Summit on Catholic Schools and Hispanic Families

The Roche Center for Catholic Education brought together 200 thought leaders for the first-ever "National Summit on Catholic Schools and Hispanic Families." The conversation focused on exploring different opportunities for Catholic schools to adopt new strategies to better service Hispanic families.

Long-Term Math Success Predicted by Early Exposure

Professor Dearing and other researchers who serve on the Development and Research in Early Math Education (DREME) Network explain the long-term developmental benefits of exploring basic math concepts with preschool-age children. The DREME Network has launched a number of initiatives that help parents teach their kids math through simple activities.

Should Higher Education Be Free?

Professor Diana Pullin and other experts in higher education debate one of the most popular policy concerns of the 2016 presidential debate: the cost of college. Pullin, a professor of education law and publicy policy, argues that the answer requires an understanding of the consensus of what should be "free" and the responsibilities of the state and federal governments in higher education.

Professor Established Collaboration for Global Education Initiative

Thomas More Brennan Chair Andy Hargreaves established The Atlantic Rim Collaboratory (ARC), which involves a public-private collaboration between leading educational agencies and international experts. ARC hosted its inaugural summit on September 14-15 in Reyjavik, Iceland, launching its initiative to improve primary and secondary education systems worldwide.