Boston College Releases Results of Study on Catholic Schools Serving Hispanics
Boston College announces the results of the first ever national survey of Catholic schools serving Hispanic families in the U.S.
The study was conducted by Boston College researchers Hosffman Ospino, Ph.D., assistant professor of Hispanic ministry and religious education at the School of Theology and Ministry, and Patricia Weitzel-O’Neill, Ph.D., executive director of the Barbara and Patrick Roche Center for Catholic Education at the Lynch School of Education.
The report focuses on four main areas:
• Leadership and School culture
• Students and their families
• Stewardship Dynamics: Finances, Tuition Assistance, Enrollment, and Marketing
• Relationships with Parishes and Dioceses
Click Here to download the report.