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The learning needs of students in classrooms are impacted by more than their academic needs. There are the non-academic barriers to learning that educators must be sensitive to in working with students. The Center for Catholic Education's Urban Child Development Resource Center (UCDRC), works in five local schools in the Dayton area, striving to help students cope with these social and emotional barriers to learning. This study examines the data from the impact of the UCDRC's programs and connects it to three of the seven Themes of Catholic Social Teaching, as stated by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. These seven themes include: Call to Family, Community, and Participation; Option for the Poor and Vulnerable; and Care for God's Creation.

Publication Date

4-17-2013

Project Designation

Honors Thesis

Primary Advisor

Susan M. Ferguson

Primary Advisor's Department

Center for Catholic Education

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The Themes of Catholic Social Teaching integrated into the work of UD's Center for Catholic Education's (CCE) Urban Child Development Resource Center (UCDRC)

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