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29 days ago

Cafeteria Worker

Archdiocese of Louisville Louisville, KY

We are looking for a dedicated, responsible individual to prepare and serve lunch for our K-8 school from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. each school day. This… Glassdoor

24 days ago

Business Manager

Archdiocese of Louisville Louisville, KY

Saint Louis Bertrand is seeking a full-time Business Manager to provide effective oversight in the day-to-day financial and facilities operations of… Glassdoor

2 days ago

After School Program Worker – new

Archdiocese of Louisville Louisville, KY

St. Albert the Greats after-school program is looking for an enthusiastic and dependable person to work with its children Monday-Friday, 2:30-6 p.m… Glassdoor

27 days ago

School Office Manager

Archdiocese of Louisville Louisville, KY

Starting date January 5, 2015; Full-time position; responsible for smooth and efficient operation of the school office. Qualifications: Applicant… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Data Processing Manager

Archdiocese of Louisville Louisville, KY

. Qualifications: A Bachelors Degree in a computer related field, previous experience and an excellent understanding database management is… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Parish Secretary

Archdiocese of Louisville Louisville, KY

This is a part time position of approximately 18 hours per week. The duties include answering phone calls, greeting visitors, preparing the weekly… Glassdoor

24 days ago


Archdiocese of Louisville Louisville, KY

Full-time position. The Parish Secretary must communicate well with parishioners and staff while reflecting the Catholic values of Saint Louis… Glassdoor

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    Losing ground by chasing numbers

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    Current Employee - Teacher in Louisville, KY
    Current Employee - Teacher in Louisville, KY

    I have been working at Archdiocese of Louisville full-time (more than 10 years)


    When I began in the early 90s, a premium was placed on substance over style. Now, it's flipped! While most colleagues stayed very kind and helpful, those who moved into administration lost that virtue in practice. Other teachers and counselors continued to work with mutual support, respect, and fellowship.


    Leadership has drawn dangerously close to marketing at all costs. They establish glitzy ad campaigns, constant efforts to be 'customer friendly' have led to a steady, and somewhat ruinous new cultural norm of pandering to the loudest parent or student, while administration positions itself on their side and suspect of the teacher before the facts of a situation are established. Promising an all attentive, constantly upgraded customized approach to address perceived desires of 'clientele'. Institutional trust now extends to allowing students to manipulate with little negative consequence while teachers are forced to spend greater volumes of time and energy trying to oh so diplomatically bring forth the truth. Teachers are imperfect, to be sure. However, the vast majority are dedicated professionals who give immense amounts of their lives to work with students (in and out of classroom). More and more, morale in private schools diminishes as teachers are placed in positions where they are forced to 'dumb down' curriculum, minimize student effort, and extol those same students as scholars. Any teacher who wants to keep their livelihood knows that they have no tenure, no union, no real meaningful job security of any type-- so they roll over ethically, put on a big smile, and spend more effort trying to entertain the masses than educate.

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    Promising the moon to parents whose teens have reached high school without learning to do homework would be laughable if it were not the default procedure. Whatever it takes to bring 'em in the door and keep tuition dollars pumping, sports and extra curricular activities as the prime drivers for public support- then, rinse, repeat, and develop even more non teaching roles (with salaries) to perpetuate the system. Marketing is great until it becomes the true master in a Catholic High School. We can't run the places on a corporate model, without corporate compensation, and then demand all plaster on a happy face in order to keep their jobs. Faith, family, and education are the top priorities that must be reinvigorated. A compassionate, sincere, Christian educational environment is not possible if the those pursuits are constantly at the mercy of a Macy's mentality. We're better than that. God help us. We had better be.

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