Donors Seek to Influence Catholic Schools

February 8, 2011 at 7:49 PM Leave a comment

The New York Times: Donors Demand a Bigger Voice in Catholic Schools

Private philanthropists have changed the face of public education over the last decade, underwriting the rise of charter schools and promoting remedies that rely heavily on student testing and teacher evaluation.

But with much less fanfare, wealthy donors have begun playing a parallel role in the country’s next-largest educational network: Roman Catholic schools.

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