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Nancy’s Story06 Jul

I am raising my great grandson Danny.  He is 12 years old.  Danny came to live with me at 9 months old after falling from a three story building.  Danny had at least 8 brain surgeries to treat his injuries.              After several crazy and scary years, it was time for Danny to start school. I […]
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Educational Choice Victory at the Supreme Court30 Jun

The U.S. Supreme Court has issued its much anticipated decision in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue and held that a state cannot ban parents from using a Scholarship Tax Credit program to attend a religious school. This decision was in line with several previous Court opinions favoring a parent’s right to choose over government […]
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Luther’s Story17 Jun

Luther Scruggs is a Catholic school parent in Kentucky. This is his message for Senator Mitch McConnell and other federal officials on why they should support nonpublic school families in the next COVID-19 relief bill. I am a graduate of Holy Cross High School in Latonia, Kentucky.  The education that I received instilled in me […]
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Catholic Schools: A Community Institution25 Mar

The fact that Catholic education produces solid academic results is well documented.  The benefits include the following: 98% of low income, minority children graduate from Catholic high schools, compared to only 66% of all students in public schools; Hispanic and African American Students who attend Catholic schools are 2.5 times more likely to graduate college; […]

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Nancy’s Story
I am raising my great grandson Danny.  He is 12 years old.  Danny came to live with me at 9 months old after falling from a three story building.  Danny had at least 8 brain surgeries to treat his injuries.              After several crazy and scary years, it was time for Danny to start school. I […]

Educational Choice Victory at the Supreme Court
The U.S. Supreme Court has issued its much anticipated decision in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue and held that a state cannot ban parents from using a Scholarship Tax Credit program to attend a religious school. This decision was in line with several previous Court opinions favoring a parent’s right to choose over government […]

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