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1986 Characteristics of Lasallian Schools

This 1986 document, developed by the Regional Education Committee of the Christian Brothers in the United States, emerged from a multi-year consultation and writing process, producing “a foundational and consensual document for the entire Lasallian system, which has the support of an impressive core of leadership people throughout the Region.”

 

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This document came from the Christian Brothers Conference in the United States in 1986. The introduction to the document explains:

“In the fall of 1984, the RECCB [Regional Education Committee of the Christian Brothers], recognizing a growing interest in the educational ideals and practices of St. John Baptist de La Salle, determined to synthesize his concepts in one document which would be brief, clear, informative, and challenging.”

A writing group of four worked with input from Lasallian schools throughout the U.S.A. and four full RECCB meetings, resulting in nine drafts. This was followed by further deliberation and input from scholars and over 80 diverse institutions, ending with a Chicago workshop in 1985 “where nearly 150 educators from virtually all establishments of the Region met to analyze, refine, and endorse the document, and to plan for its practical implementation.”

Therefore, “We have here a foundational and consensual document for the entire Lasallian system, which has the support of an impressive core of leadership people throughout the Region.”

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