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Blended Learning and the Cristo Rey Model

Faith-based education institutions are closing as quickly as alternative education options open; charter school students now outnumber those enrolled in Catholic schools as government funding streams recognize reform and innovation in the public sector. The crux of Catholic education is to serve and affect social change, but public funding rarely recognizes the long-term positive effects of this mission. See page 3.
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Employee of the Month - October

Gabriel I. works at Turner Construction for supervisor Beth Albanese: Gabe has done an excellent job with his work on closeout for our Ernst & Young Restack Project...
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Cristo Rey San José Jesuit High School NEWS RELEASE

SAN JOSE, Calif.- Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School San Jose opened its doors to 134 students this past Wednesday (August 28) to begin its inaugural year. Students are entering school two years below grade level, on average, to take on four years of college prep courses and to job share full-time positions at companies such as Adobe, The Sobrato Organization, and Hewlett Packard.
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