Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
The purpose of this study is to analyze two Catholic high schools that follow the same innovative private urban model called the Cristo Rey Model. In this model the students work one day per week in entry-level jobs in Chicago area firms and through this work-study program students earn money in order to pay a portion of their tuition. Both high schools are in Chicago, are run by Jesuits, and serve youths from low-income families. The model and goals are the same even though the schools serve different demographic groups and communities: one Latino and the other African American. The primary research question is: How has the same Jesuit educational model been implemented in two communities that serve different demographic groups?
Astorga-Velasquez, Alfredo, "Cristo Rey and Christ the King Jesuit High School: Two Schools, Two Demographics, Two Realities: One Model" (2012). Master's Theses. 838.
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