VATICAN CITY -- The Vatican Congregation for Catholic Education encouraged pontifical universities to expand educational opportunities to those who would normally be unable to attend classes in-person full time, but could manage coursework online, such as prisoners, migrants, the homeless, monks, contemplative nuns and even busy bishops.

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Imagine as a university student the sensation at being cited in O, The Oprah Magazine and The Journal of Positive Psychology for a study you designed. 

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University campuses are a lot quieter this fall semester as lectures and student club activities have transitioned in large part to the online space. 

Published in Higher Education

Every year, as my children got older, the return-to-school routine got less exciting.

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When COVID-19 necessitated the shut down of schools for months, Canadian educators were forced to reinvent their course delivery on the fly.   

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With Ontario schools officially shuttered until at least the start of May, education partners are ramping up plans to continue teaching students at home.

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A decision by the Ontario government to force high school students to earn four credits through online courses has put Catholic schools on notice. 

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