- Oct 25, 2020
Jorge Manolo Villarroel, who lives in a poorer neighborhood of the Bolivian capital, teaches art at the San Ignacio Catholic School in a wealthier area. His students range from 9 to 14 years old.
American Sign Language (ASL) — an elective class for seniors at Brother Martin High School in New Orleans — has taken silence to the monastic level, adopting a religious community’s approach to silence soon after the school year began.
Catholic teachers in Ghana have joined the bishops’ conference and Muslim organizations in urging the government to withdraw a sex education program from the national school curriculum.
The NCEA was held in Chicago this year.
A Kenyan Franciscan brother from a remote village who gave away most of his earnings as a teacher to the poor won a $1 million prize on Sunday for his work teaching in a government-run school that has just one computer and shoddy Internet access.
Without respectfully collaborating with teachers and schools, parents will risk being on their own when it comes to educating their children and be at a greater disadvantage for facing the challenges emerging from today’s culture, mass media and technology, Pope Francis said.