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  • Alliance for Catholic Education // University of Notre Dame
    Educational Leadership Certificates English as a New Language Research and Publications Resources For Current ACE Teachers Downloadable Resources ACE Store ACE Press Job Board Where We Serve The ACE Blog Support Make a Gift Christmas Message Common Questions APPLY NOW Catholic schools need principals and leaders with the talent imagination and zeal worthy of the children whom they serve Join the Mary Ann Remick Leadership Program APPLY BY FEB 1st At the Alliance for Catholic Education we recruit and form the next generation of teachers and leaders establish networks to extend the Catholic school advantage to thousands of new families and offer an array of programs developed to strengthen Catholic schools and give disadvantaged children the opportunities they need and deserve Why Catholic schools Learn more about our work Haiti Through Other Eyes Fr Joe Corpora to be Appointed Missionary of Mercy by Pope Francis Latino Enrollment Institute Inspires Growth in Texas Catholic School Read more ACE News Thank you Please check your email and confirm the newsletter subscription Your subscription was updated Join our email list Stay up to date on Catholic school news and trends First Name Last Name Email Address It seems that you have already subscribed

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  • Alliance for Catholic Education // University of Notre Dame // Alliance for Catholic Education
    Educational Leadership Certificates English as a New Language Research and Publications Resources For Current ACE Teachers Downloadable Resources ACE Store ACE Press Job Board Where We Serve The ACE Blog Support Make a Gift Christmas Message Common Questions APPLY NOW Please enter the email address for your account A verification code will be sent to you Once you have received the verification code you will be able to choose a

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  • Alliance for Catholic Education // University of Notre Dame // Alliance for Catholic Education
    Degrees Master of Education M A in Educational Leadership Certificates English as a New Language Research and Publications Resources For Current ACE Teachers Downloadable Resources ACE Store ACE Press Job Board Where We Serve The ACE Blog Support Make a Gift Christmas Message Common Questions APPLY NOW Please enter the email address associated with your User account Your username will be emailed to the email address on file Email Address

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  • About ACE // Alliance for Catholic Education
    gratitude for the commitment which the University of Notre Dame has shown over the years to supporting and strengthening Catholic elementary and secondary school education through the United States Pope Francis Catholic schools are one of our country s greatest national treasures sacred places serving vital civic purposes and have transformed the lives of countless children The University of Notre Dame s Alliance for Catholic Education ACE has for more than twenty years sought to strengthen and transform Catholic education around the country and internationally so that Catholic schools can continue to provide an education of the highest quality to as many children as possible Nothing is more important for the future of our nation or our Church than the quality of our schools and ACE recruits and forms the next generation of teachers and leaders establishes networks to extend the Catholic school advantage to thousands of new families and offers an array of programs to strengthen Catholic schools and give disadvantaged children the opportunities they need and deserve The Alliance for Catholic Education was honored by the National Catholic Education Association with the 2015 Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Award for serving the nation s youth Click the image above to view the video Since its founding in 1993 ACE has Impacted 1 in 4 Catholic schools throughout the United States Reached 70 of United States dioceses Formed nearly 2 000 teachers and leaders Affected 180 000 students Anchored by the ACE Teaching Fellows program a Notre Dame tradition which combines professional development community building and spiritual growth ACE s dynamic programs and services fall into four categories Forming talent to serve in Catholic schools Enhancing vitality in Catholic schools Increasing access to Catholic schools Undertaking innovative research For more detailed descriptions of ACE s offerings in these three areas

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  • The ACE Team // Alliance for Catholic Education
    ACE in Ireland ACE in Chile ACE in Haiti Summer Programming Upcoming Events Academics Degrees Master of Education M A in Educational Leadership Certificates English as a New Language Research and Publications Resources For Current ACE Teachers Downloadable Resources ACE Store ACE Press Job Board Where We Serve The ACE Blog Support Make a Gift Christmas Message Common Questions APPLY NOW ACE Team Directory The Alliance for Catholic Education ACE is housed in the Institute for Educational Initiatives at the University of Notre Dame its mission is to sustain and strengthen Catholic schools Featured Experts 12 ACE Advocates 4 ACE Collaborative for Academic Excellence 4 ACE Communications 6 ACE Haiti 3 ACE Teaching Fellows Faculty 36 ACE Teaching Fellows Team 16 Catholic School Advantage Campaign 5 English as a New Language 7 RISE 10 Inclusionary Practices 6 Institute for Educational Initiatives 20 International Initiatives 4 Mary Ann Remick Leadership Program 9 Notre Dame ACE Academies 14 Play Like a Champion Today 7 Program for Educational Access 3 Research and Evaluation 1 Support Team 8 Search Directory Search ACE Menu About The ACE Team History Latest News Apply Contact Us Popular Links Home News Job Board For the Media Using this

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  • History // Alliance for Catholic Education
    schools in the South As a first step toward achieving these goals ACE Teaching Fellows was launched Best known for its innovative method of formation ACE has sent forth recent college graduates with strong backgrounds in diverse academic disciplines to serve marginalized children in Catholic schools across the country Since it s founding ACE has formed nearly 1 500 teachers throughout the United States Today 76 of ACE Teaching Fellows graduates continue to serve in the field of education the majority in Catholic schools While ACE began as a response to a manifest need in many arch dioceses for teachers in under resourced schools it s second formation program was born out of the acute need for well formed Catholic school principals In 2002 ACE founded the Mary Ann Remick Leadership Program to form transformational school leaders It has since become the largest of its kind in the United States having formed more than 260 school leaders who now serve Catholic schools in 41 states and 65 dioceses By 2005 it became clear that a more comprehensive approach to sustaining and strengthening Catholic schools would be necessary to revitalize and transform the largest private school system in the world In response to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops call for Catholic higher education to help address the future of elementary and secondary Catholic schools Notre Dame convened a national Task Force on Catholic Education to study and discuss the issues affecting our nation s Catholic schools After fourteen months of rigorous study and meetings the Task Force released its final report in December 2006 entitled Making God Known Loved and Served The Future of Catholic Primary and Secondary Schools in the Untied States The report outlined twelve strategic objectives for the University of Notre Dame to help meet the

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  • News // Alliance for Catholic Education
    process leads various communities to embrace the concept Updates of conventional approaches to learning add to Catholic schools tool kit to solve today s challenges in America s diverse education scene This provides a small school model that s supportable and sustainable Faber says and it s an instructional model where the kids are growing faster than in any of our other schools Continue Reading Posted in News Latino Enrollment Institute Inspires Growth in Texas Catholic School on Monday 11 January 2016 Tweet St Catherine of Siena Catholic School is the only Catholic school in Port Arthur Texas in the Diocese of Beaumont Almost 70 percent of the students are from underserved minority groups with the majority of the students living in economically disadvantaged homes The Hispanic population is rapidly increasing in Southeast Texas and today there are an estimated 84 000 Hispanics living within the diocesan borders In 2014 St Catherine School with the help of its dynamic principal Haidee Todora turned to the Latino Enrollment Institute for support in enrolling this growing demographic Catholic Extension subsidized Haidee s participation in the LEI at the University of Notre Dame This program identifies and assists Catholic schools with a substantial unmet capacity and motivates principals by teaching them and select faculty leaders how to transform their schools to attract and serve Latino students more effectively Read more about St Catherine of Siena School s story at catholicextension org Continue Reading Posted in News Featured Story Catholic School Advantage Inspiration Through 3 Saints Passionate for Education Written by William Schmitt on Monday 04 January 2016 Tweet Every calendar year the Church moves promptly in its liturgical schedule to celebrate saints who inspire and support teachers and educational leaders ACE traditionally calls our community s attention to the feast days on January 4 5 and 6 honoring St Elizabeth Ann Seton St John Neumann and St André Bessette respectively who all served Catholic education and people at the periphery of life but in different ways Jan 4 St Elizabeth Ann Seton The feast of Mother Seton on January 4 invites us to ponder this saint s life 1774 1821 of dual commitments to education and caring for society s at risk children In a podcast conversation produced last year ACE s Sarah Perkins talked with Coordinator of Policy and co author of Lost Classroom Lost Community Nicole Stelle Garnett about the winding road Mother Seton followed in discerning and exercising her complex vocation It wasn t easy but she remained open to Providence and founded America s first parish school This launch of Catholic schools in the United States has blessed countless families from all backgrounds Jan 5 St John Neumann St John Neumann C Ss R was a native of the present day Czech Republic He traveled to America was ordained a priest and became Bishop of Philadelphia in 1852 He oversaw the construction of numerous parishes and schools for immigrants founding the first Catholic diocesan school system in the United

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  • Social Media // Alliance for Catholic Education
    Catholic School Advantage Enhancing School Vitality Notre Dame ACE Academies Collaborative for Academic Excellence ACE RISE Center for STEM Education International Initiatives ACE in Ireland ACE in Chile ACE in Haiti Summer Programming Upcoming Events Academics Degrees Master of Education M A in Educational Leadership Certificates English as a New Language Research and Publications Resources For Current ACE Teachers Downloadable Resources ACE Store ACE Press Job Board Where We Serve The ACE Blog Support Make a Gift Christmas Message Common Questions APPLY NOW Home News Social Media The Alliance for Catholic Education has a growing presence in various social circles around the web We encourage you to follow us on Facebook Twitter and through our other media sites in order to keep up with the latest news ideas and resources ACE offers Below are some places you can find us Facebook Alliance for Catholic Education Play Like a Champion Today Twitter ACEatND YouTube ACEatND Vimeo ACEatND Pinterest ACEatND Instagram ACEatND LinkedIn Alliance for Catholic Education Graduate Network Popular Links Home News Job Board For the Media Using this site How to Use Sitemap Create an account Login Update Your Info About ACE The University of Notre Dame s Alliance for

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