Pat Lofton

Executive Vice President of the National Catholic Educational Association.

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Executive Vice President of the National Catholic Educational Association.

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Catholic education in the U.S. is on the decline. Enrollment at parochial schools peaked in the early 1960s, with more than five million students across the nation.

What’s the Future of Catholic Education

Catholic education in the U.S. is on the decline. Enrollment at parochial schools peaked in the early 1960s, with more than five million students across the nation.

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