Tag Archives: Catholic Education

Reason and Freedom

I’ve learned that you don’t explicitly “teach” faith to high school students. Yes, all of our students take Theology classes including Sacred Scriptures, Ethic, and World Religions. They attend masses, go on retreats, and participate in service projects. Faith is … Continue reading

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A Jew, a Muslim, and Four Priests

A Catholic high school in the center-city is counter-cultural by its very nature.  Yet even in an era when religion remains one of the Big 3 taboo subjects, young people and adults at Cristo Rey Boston High School freely explore … Continue reading

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Globe Names CRB as Big Idea in Education

Dear friends: The Boston Globe Magazine recently published their “Education Issue,” highlighting Cristo Rey Boston as one of five big ideas that just might transform the classroom. It’s my pleasure to share this article with you. Cristo Rey Boston is … Continue reading

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School Turnaround Article Published

Dear Friends: I wanted to share an article I wrote for Catholic Education: A Journal of Inquiry and Practice on the turnaround of Cristo Rey Boston High School. You can read more by visiting our website. I hope you get … Continue reading

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Collaboration

There was a time when teachers and administrators from charter, Catholic, and public district schools didn’t speak to one another. Each felt the work they were doing was unique, even though the problems they confronted were similar. Shortly after our … Continue reading

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