Saturday, February 10, 2007

Striving to take care of mind, body, soul

Sarah Carr interviews Karen Ristau, president of the National Catholic Educational Association, in today's Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Q.What do you think Catholic schools need to do to survive well into the future?

A. I think there are a number of things we are trying to do better, like tell our success stories more clearly to everyone. It's really important to realize that 99% of our secondary students stay in school and graduate. We don't have a dropout problem. We also need our own Catholic families to support the schools whether they have children in them or not.

A 1% dropout rate isn't a problem?

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