The podcast "Catholic School Matters" and its accompanying newsletter are sponsored by the National Catholic Educational Association and used as a resource by principals and superintendents across the country.
On the show today:
- Dr. Tim Uhl, superintendent of Montana Catholic Schools and the host of the "Catholic School Matters" podcast
Background Reading (and Listening):
- Uhl's podcast captures the 'higher purpose' of Catholic education, say school leaders.
- Listen to episodes of "Catholic School Matters" on iTunes. During Catholic Schools Week, the podcast is focusing on turnaround Catholic schools that have escaped closure.
- Uhl also produces a weekly newsletter that aggregates news, trends and resources for Catholic school leaders.
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