May 27, 2011 • • Categories: Default
A tradition called the “ACE Summer” has just begun for the eighteenth time, again embodying the University of Notre Dame’s commitment to sustain, strengthen, and transform Catholic K-12 education.
On Friday, May 27, Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) welcomed its new class of 90 young men and women eager to serve as teachers in under-resourced Catholic schools around the country. They will share in a distinctive, two-year experience that combines professional formation, community, and spirituality, bringing participants to Notre Dame for two consecutive summers and sending them forth to teach in some 30 cities during two full school years. Read More
May 05, 2011 • • Categories: Default
Opportunities to make a difference in K-12 education will abound this summer as the University of Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) sponsors conferences covering a range of interests and initiatives.
ACE conferences coming up in the next couple of months on the Notre Dame campus will once again be important focal points for learning about—and responding to—the challenge of sustaining and strengthening K-12 Catholic schools nationwide. Registration is still open for these distinctive gatherings, which are conducted by units of ACE Read More