Catholic Schools Fail Because They’re Not Full

Tertium Quid – Vol. 2, Issue 5 – By Frank Ferguson – June 6, 2011 (printable version) Seems simple enough, fill the schools and they will be financially stable. All references to long dead fictional British detectives, notwithstanding. The problem for many Catholic schools that are struggling financially is that they simply do not have […]

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Catholic Schools Must Increase Enrollment and Revenue to Fulfill the Mission

Tertium Quid – Vol. 2, Issue 1 – By James T. McGibbon – January 25, 2011 (printable version) “Offense is the Best Defense” Against Further Declines Over the past 45 years, Catholic schools in the U.S. have been beset by a steady decline in enrollment—from more than 5.2 million students in the early 1960’s to […]

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