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Boston College School of Theology and Ministry – Katie Ward >> Justice education is at the core of our work as Catholic educators. However, it can often be isolated only in certain content areas or remain outside of academic classroom spaces. In this session, we will examine, share, and develop practices for justice education rooted in Catholic social teaching which involve the entire school through cross-curricular connections and community collaboration. |HS*-US*-AFVF|
October 24 @ 09:45
09:45 — 10:45(1h)
Boston College School of Theology and Ministry
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