Networking - Catholic Education Today was set up in 1999 to provide Catholic educational organisations with a professional journal to engage and support their members’ interests and developmental needs. As a professional journal serving Catholic schools it seeks to inform, comment upon and celebrate all that is distinctive and important to its constituency, in addition to offering its partner organisations a vehicle for promoting their own activities.
The journal works closely with a variety of Catholic agencies to produce a publication whose content and coverage is of a consistency and quality to earn it an enviable reputation.
Catholic Academies: The debates and concerns rumble on ..By Martin Clephane, Continued by Dr Sean Whittle
New Thinking, New Scholarship and New Research in catholic education The significance of Gerald Grace’s research and scholarship on Catholic Education in the modern world
CSAN Update .By Raymond Friel
How our Catholic Schools are Transforming Their Communities with Caritas In Action By Kathryn Ansley
Why might Forming Catholic Teachers and Leaders be Difficult To Achieve? By Dr Sean Whittle
The Case for scrapping the 50% admissions cap .By James Spencer
CAFOD’s Hopes for COP26
In Praise of Laudato Si’ By Susan Kambalu
On Care for our Common Home
Open Our Eyes to See By Francis Stewart and Jenny Hayward-Jones
ATCRE Continues to grow By Matthew Dell
Looking forward to the year ahead By Dave Legrand