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Seton Education Partners releases Turning Loss into Renewal, the story of how seven pastors and the Archdiocese of Miami undertook a process to close their Catholic schools and allow public charter schools to operate in their newly empty school buildings.
The Philanthropy Roundtable releases guidebook for philanthropists, Saving America's Urban Catholic Schools, written by Seton co-founder and general partner, Stephanie Saroki, and Philanthropy magazine editor-in-chief, Christopher Levenick.
Seton Education Partners co-hosts a symposium with the University of Notre Dame on public financing options for faith-based urban schools.
Seton Education Partners releases Catholic Schools Become Charter Schools, the story of the conversion of seven inner-city Catholic schools in the nation's capital into non-sectarian public charter schools.