Notes from Nashville – A City That Provides A Continuum of Inclusion

If you have a disability and want to live an inclusive life, you need a community that welcomes you. You need schools that fully include you. You need employment that is both competitive and integrated. You need living options that are inclusive. You need what Dr. Erik Carter so powerfully describes as something more than […]

The Blessings of Birmingham

Catholic school teachers in a nutshell: A Soul Generated By Love, A Heart Full of Grace Over the summer, many schools and families reached out to the National Catholic Board on Full Inclusion…asking for help, wondering about schools that offered a welcome, trying to find someplace that might open the doors to their child. The […]

The Revolution of Tenderness: Inclusion Summit 2

I woke up this morning, ready for the rush of getting kids off to school, coordination of after-school activities and the regular business of a school day when I was stopped by a TED Talk by the Pope. Using social media as his personal megaphone, Pope Francis got his message out into the wide world. […]

Lent: Fighting Indifference – Seeing The Ones In The Shadows

On the eve of Catholic Schools Week, our president issued an executive order that summarily prohibited any entrance from any person from seven majority muslim nations into our country. As Catholics, our organization stood in solidarity with those that were excluded. We stand with refugees. We stand with immigrants. We must be the voice for […]

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In 2017, Let’s Build A Path

Cheers to 2017! There is so much to be grateful for in this amazing year of inclusion in Catholic schools. So many advocacy organizations grew or even launched this year. Congratulations to One Classroom – the organization supporting Catholic schools and Catholic families in the Archdiocese of St. Louis, Missouri. http://www.one-classroom.com/ To the brand new […]