Washington D.C., Aug 27, 2021 / 16:08 pm
The diocese of Cleveland announced this week that it will partner with the University of Notre Dame to reinvigorate two diocesan schools.
The Notre Dame ACE academies program, which works with Catholic schools to strengthen their operations, culture, and education, is now expanding to two schools in the diocese of Cleveland: St. Anthony of Padua School in Akron and St. Augustine Catholic School in Barberton
“I'm excited about learning,” Dr. Frank O’Linn, superintendent of schools for the Diocese of Cleveland, told CNA on Friday. “ACE has a proven track record in the diocese of Cleveland.”
The Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) was founded in 1993 as a teaching program where college graduates spend two years teaching in Catholic classrooms around the country as they earn a master's degree. Over time ACE expanded to include a number of different programs, one of which is Notre Dame ACE academies.