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The Morning Edition - K-W | May 16, 2013 | 7:17

Why Catholic schools should consider non-Catholic students

The Waterloo Region Catholic School Board is debating behind closed doors whether it wants to admit non-Catholic students to its elementary schools. Chair of the Huron-Perth Catholic school board, Jim McDade, explains why it worked in that region.

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