The New York Daily News has an excellent editorial this morning on the value of our Catholic schools.
Here is an excerpt from the editorial:
The trend must be reversed. New York cannot afford to lose schools that provide high-quality education to all comers in many of the poorest neighborhoods. Fully 62% of their students come from families that are at or below poverty level, and 44% are non-Catholic.
Dolan and archdiocese Schools Superintendent Timothy McNiff are advancing a plan to fight back against the perception that, in Dolan’s words, the schools are in “hospice” care and subject to inevitable decline.
You can read the whole editorial here.
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