Michael J. Garanzini, S.J., President and CEO of Loyola University Chicago, talks about the 10 year history of the Center for Catholic School Effectiveness.
Established on August 15, 2003 by Loyola University Chicago President Michael J. Garanzini, S.J. and supported by former School of Education Deans Margaret Fong Bloom and David Prasse,
Lorraine A. Ozar, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Catholic School Effectiveness, talks about how the Center started and it's achievements.
Catholic Educators from the Philippines Partner with CCSE
The Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) and CCSE have joined forces to develop a new program to use visual art to teach critical thinking.
The National Catholic Educational Assocation (NCEA) is presenting three workshops on making the Common Core standards more usable in the classroom during the month of July. During "A Cure for the Common Core" workshops, K-12 teachers will have opportunities to learn more about writing essential questions, questioning strategies, teaching vocabulary, text complexity, reading informational text, while integrating and weaving Catholic identity throughout these approaches.
Meeting the needs of children with learning or behavioral issues in Catholic school settings has always been a challenge.
Although Holy Family Catholic School in Bensenville and the Center for Catholic School Effectiveness are not next door neighbors, there is a close relationship between the two. For the past several years, the CCSE has been providing professional development support to Holy Family Catholic School.
This year, as the LU CHOICE (Loyola University Chicago Opportunities in Catholic Education) Program recruits its 11th class, the program will be celebrating 10 years of service to Catholic Education in the Chicago area.
Dr. David Ensminger and Dr. Ann Marie Ryan from the School of Education-Loyola University, along with the CCSE staff are presenting a paper at the the Action Research Network of the Americas conference in San Francisco, CA.
Funded by a grant from the McCormick Foundation, the Catholic Cohort Principal Preparation program at Loyola University Chicago has been chosen to participate in the Principal Preparation Program Evaluation Capacity Building Project housed at the Center for the Study of Education Policy at Illinois State University.
With the motto of "Dream. Prepare. Achieve.", St. Angela School is a beacon in the Austin community of Chicago.
Partnering with the Center for Catholic School of Effectiveness, a team from the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing at Loyola University Chicago implemented the ICAN (I Can Control Asthma and Nutrition Now) program in two urban Catholic high schools.