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Permission to Use

The National Standards and Benchmarks for Effective Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools may be used for purposes consistent with the support and improvement of Catholic education. It may not be sold for profit by any person or institution. The content contained herein may not be altered, edited or amended. Any reproduction or use must include acknowledgement of the Center for Catholic School Effectiveness, School of Education, Loyola University Chicago, in partnership with the Barbara and Patrick Roche Center for Catholic Education, Lynch School of Education, Boston College.

In keeping with our commitment to make the standards and benchmarks available to all Catholic educators at no cost, the permission to use this Spanish translation remains the same as for the NSBECS original document.

 

Citation Reference

When citing the National Standards and Benchmarks for Effective Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools, please use the citation below (presented in APA format), agreed upon by the editors, Lorraine A. Ozar and Patricia Weitzel-O’Neill, in communication with NCEA.

Ozar, L. A., & Weitzel-O’Neill, P. (Eds.). (2012). National standards and benchmarks for effective Catholic elementary and secondary schools. Chicago, IL: Loyola University Chicago, Center for Catholic School Effectiveness.

When citing the Spanish language version, please use the following citation:
Ozar, L.A. & Weitzel-O’Neill, P. (Eds.) (2014)  Nacionales e indicadores para efectivas escuelas Católicas de primaria y scundaria. (Matos, A. V., Trans.)
Published on web: www.catholicschoolstandards.org (Original work published 2012)


Worksheets

The Rubric Scoring Worksheets (RSW) and Dashboard for Rubric Scoring  Worksheets (DRS) are based on the work of Lorraine Ozar, Ph.D. and Patricia Weitzel-O’Neill, Ph.D. The content contained in these worksheets may not be altered, edited, or amended. Any reproduction or use must include acknowledgement of the Andrew M. Greeley Center for Catholic Education, School of Education, Loyola University Chicago, and the Barbara and Patrick Roche Center for Catholic Education, Lynch School of Education, Boston College.

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