A U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops official describes inclusion of aid for non-public schools as a ‘very important’ win for the nation’s Catholic schools.
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Athletics departments and other outreach programs continue to dedicate themselves to the physical, mental and spiritual development of their students.
The Students First coalition argues that safe in-person learning is possible during the coronavirus pandemic with proper protocols in place.
Kelly Branaman, secretary for Catholic schools and superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Washington, said that she was “appreciative” that non-public schools were recognized as well as public schools.