Back to class: Catholic schools take the lead in reopening

Vol. 6 | No. 4 | February 26, 2021

Cover image: Joseph Salinas, a first-grader at Holy Name of Mary School in San Dimas, gets a helping hand from teacher Maria Bartelt as classmate Elia Castaneda looks on. Holy Name is one of the more than 60 Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles that have opened for in-class instruction so far. On Page 10, Tom Hoffarth looks at how Catholic schools have largely led the way in safely returning to the classroom during the COVID-19 pandemic, and at what other schools can learn from their struggles and successes.

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