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Saskatchewan Catholic school funding decision being appealed

An appeal is being launched in the Catholic school funding decision handed down by a Saskatchewan judge last week.

The Saskatchewan Catholic School Boards Association (SCSBA) said on Friday that an appeal will be filed on behalf of Christ the Teacher School Division. 438 more words



College Fix: “Students at Saint Louis University are calling on the Catholic institution to become more secular and provide additional contraception, even though Catholic teaching denounces premarital sex.” 76 more words


Saskatchewan public schools disappointed with premier's comments on court ruling

The organization representing public school divisions in Saskatchewan says Premier Brad Wall’s comments after a court ruling on funding are disappointing.

Public Schools of Saskatchewan says the province is choosing not to acknowledge that the ruling says government funding of non-Catholic students to attend Catholic schools violate Canada’s Constitution. 376 more words


'You don't do this on a whim': converting to Catholicism in wake of Sask. school ruling

Hundreds upon thousands of Saskatchewan families may have some big decisions ahead, if a court ruling on school funding delivered late last week is upheld. 367 more words


Sask. government explores legal options in Catholic schools funding decision

A major bombshell was dropped last Thursday when a judge ruled that the province would no longer be allowed to provide funding for non-Catholic students to attend separate schools in Saskatchewan. 558 more words


What Makes a Catholic School Strong?

In the early 1960’s as Religious were pulling out of operating Catholic schools the financial support modelĀ evolved to being one of tuition based funding used by private schools. 133 more words

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How Does a Catholic School Charging Tuition Affect the Children?

A Catholic school that charges tuition ceases to be a ministry and becomes a business. The school has to compete for students. To compete the school must lose it Catholic identity andĀ become more like the competition: public, charter and private schools. 65 more words

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