The Roche Center for Catholic Education advocates for continuous Catholic school improvement that builds out excellent PreK-12 Catholic schools to justly serve all students. We conduct, use, and produce research, train educators to become agents of change to systematically transform their schools, and form educators for ministry in Catholic education.
Emmaus Leadership Series Cohort 18 application is open!
The Barbara and Patrick Roche Center for Catholic Education of Boston College will once again offer The Emmaus Leadership Series. This signature program provides Catholic school leaders with executive-level training on systems thinking, sharpens connections between Catholic theology, educational theory, research, and professional practices, and fosters spiritual capital within an intentional Catholic community of faith and practice. Also, starting July 2018, cohort members can choose between two pathways to complete the program: credit and non-credit.
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Patricia Weitzel-O'Neill Recognized by the National Catholic Educational Association
Executive Director, Patricia Weitzel-O'Neill, received the NCAE's C. Albert Koob Merit Award, at the President's Award Dinner at the 2017 NCEA. The award is given to an individual whose significant contribution to Catholic education has current significance at the national level.
Emmaus Leadership Series Cohor 18 application is open!
The Roche Center for Catholic Education is pleased to announce that the Emmaus Leadership Series program is now available for graduate credit. Starting July 2018, new participants can choose between two pathways to complete the program: credit and non-credit. The recruitment process for the next Emmaus Leadership Series Cohort 18 has begun and will be open until Feb. 28th. For more information, or to watch the recording of the informational webinar, please visit our webpage.
Take a chance on Vatican documents and explore the deep theological waters of Catholic education which power our schools. Tune in to Catholic School Matters podcast as Kristin Barstow Melley of Boston College joins Tim Uhl to discuss some of the big ideas of Educating Together in Catholic Schools and its relevance for today’s educators.
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