A Study of the Religion Course of the Catholic High Schools of the State of Iowa

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Presnall, Mary Grace
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1946
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Education , Catholicism , Iowa--History , United States--History
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In September, 1942, a very desirable arrangement was Inaugurated in the Catholic schools of the State of Iowa whereby the Superintendent of each of the four dioceses of the state was to act as a coordinator between the State Board on Secondary School Relations and the Catholic schools themselves. This plan was to prove beneficial to the religion course in the secondary school, since it would now enjoy the same status as secular courses in so far as the granting of credit was concerned. Hereafter, four credits in religion were to be accepted by the State Board as a part of the credits required for college entrance. This of course required that certain criteria must be met by the schools concerned in order to standardize these credits. The entire scheme gave promise of excellent results, especially in regard to the courses in religion.
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