5 edition of Catholic schools and the common good found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -394) and index.
|Statement||Anthony S. Bryk, Valerie E. Lee, Peter B. Holland.|
|Contributions||Lee, Valerie E., Holland, Peter Blakeley.|
|LC Classifications||LC501 .B624 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 402 p. :|
|Number of Pages||402|
|LC Control Number||92032312|
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The authors examine a broad range of Catholic high sc /5(14). Catholic Schools and the Common Good Anthony S. Bryk. Valerie E.
Lee. Peter B. Holland. The scholarship in this book is a rare blend of case study, number crunching and rumination in social. Catholic Schools and the Common Good - Anthony S. BRYK, Valerie E. Lee, Peter Blakeley. Holland - Google Books The authors examine a broad range of Catholic high schools.
National Crisis, Catholic Schools and the Common Good With Bruce S. Cooper In the inner-cities of the United States today, ill-educated children live in druginfested, dangerous, even deadly, by: 3. One of our purposes in Catholic Schools and the Common Good is descriptive--to offer a portrait of Catholic high schools, a book of record at this point in their history.
A second and more important aim is to examine the distinctive features of Catholic high schools and the ways in which these features combine to form supportive social environments that promote academic achievement for a broad.
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Catholic Schools and the Common Good Book Description: The authors examine a broad range of Catholic high schools to determine whether or not students are better educated in these schools than they are in public schools. They find that the Catholic schools do have an independent effect on achievement, especially in reducing disparities between disadvantaged and privileged students.
The Catholic school of today, they show, is informed by a vision, similar to that of John Dewey, of the school as a community committed to democratic education and the common good of. Catholic Schools and the Common Good by Bryk, Anthony S.; Lee, Valerie E.; Holland, Peter B.
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Click on the price to find out more about a book. New books: 1 - 50 of /5(14). polar opposite world view that aligns with our Catholic perspective of the Common Good. Grade 12 Philosophy HZT 4U The Common Good This lesson will introduce students to the Catholic Social Teaching principle of the Common Good.
It will invite students to examine various major philosophers and their work in light of this principle. Catholic Schools and the Common Good Reissue edition by Anthony S. Bryk, Valerie E. Lee, Peter B. Holland () Paperback on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Catholic Schools and the Common Good Reissue edition by Anthony S. Bryk, Valerie E. As the title suggests, the authors believe the Catholic high schools “foster human cooperation in the pursuit of the common good.” Chapter 1 serves as a great history lesson on Catholic school in the United States and presents the transformation which occurred in Catholic schools since Vatican II.
-- Mike McCormick Dayton News [An] exemplary book Catholic Schools and the Common Good provides intensive analysis of the distinctive character of Catholic schools After reading the book, one is not only convinced that Catholic schools /5(14). The notion of “the common good” may be the most familiar concept of Catholic social teaching.
The Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church cites it as the first principle of CST, and as something “to which every aspect of social life must be related” (), and as the “primary goal” of society ().It may also be one that is subject to the most misunderstandings.
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The Common Good. At the foundation of Catholic Social Teaching is the concept of the “common good.”. 1 Anthony Bryk, Valerie Lee, and Peter Holland published Catholic Schools and the Common Good (Harvard University Press) in Most of the research for the book took place in the Size: KB. The conclusion reached by the paper is that Catholic schools, through the practice of inclusion, exemplify the common good in both the liberal and communitarian traditions and therefore serve as an Author: James Kent Donlevy.
For the USA, see Andrew Greeley: Catholic High Schools and Minority Students, New Brunswick, N.J, Transaction Press, ; Bryk (ed), Catholic Schools and the Common Good, Harvard University Press,and Charles Glenn, The Ambiguous Embrace, Princeton University Press, Author: John Sullivan.
Coleman’s findings were echoed by the team of Anthony Bryk, Valerie Lee and Peter Holland in their book, "Catholic Schools and the Common Good." Lee (a professor of education at the University of Michigan) and her colleagues concluded that Catholic schools outshine public schools in raising student achievement, diminishing racial and.Catholic schools are good for the republic.
• Catholic schools tend to operate as communities rather than bureaucracies, which links to higher levels of teacher commitment, student engagement, and student achievement.
3 • The Catholic school climate, mission, and purpose positively impact student achievement and attendance. 4.