Code distinguishes between Catholic and public schools

May 2002
National Catholic Reporter;5/24/2002, Vol. 38 Issue 29, p9
Reports that catholic schools and public schools in Florida are distinguished by code. Passage of legislation on school governance on May 2, 2003; Promotion of interests of catholic and other private schools by the Florida Catholic Conference.


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