Fine. However, this is not the direction Catholics need to go, because it gets us entangled with government. Homeschooling, which is affordable, is a better choice, or we can transform the current Catholic school system, or dump it and create a new one, from kindergarten all the way up to a professional education. We are better educators.
One way to transform the current Catholic school system is to get rid of teacher credentialing. It is a government system that I encountered and told me to my face that if I wanted a job, I ought not proclaim that I favored testing! The Wechsler test, for example, is an excellent test for assessing a student’s strengths and weaknesses.
The one good thing that my youngest student received from public school was a social skills assessment. It was informative, and his mother made some decisions based on the assessment. Personally, I do not favor medicine for hyperactive children. I know of one example where drugs were prescribed and the child became a zombie.
One learns how to be a good teacher by watching a good teacher and getting peer reviews from one’s Catholic school colleagues. I had good and bad teachers in Catholic and public school, and that was almost all I needed to know on how to do it.
Additionally, educational theory taught at schools of education is a load of nonsense. It just pays salaries. None of this existed 150 years ago, and out of this nothing came Mark Twain (1835-1910).