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Sr. M. Paul McCaughey takes her 24 years of experience as a Principal and her almost 7 years as Superintendent of Schools for the Archdiocese of Chicago into the classes at DePaul and into her roles as mentor, coach, and consultant. She is passionate about turning the best of the research into lived practice at schools so that school leaders can build the structures and climate that ensure that every student is given the chance for academic success and personal well-being. In engaging future school leaders in informed conversations around the vision, planning, and communication needed for successful cooperation, Sr. Paul hopes to give future school administrators tools for transformation.
Practical Prayers: Grace, Guts and Catholic School Leadership. Washington. DC, National Catholic Educational Association, 2020.
School Leaders at Prayer National Catholic Educational Association Convention, April 2021
Role of Advancement in Catholic Global Leadership DePaul Global Catholic Seminar, June 2021
Lived Spirituality in the Catholic Classroom Diocese of Lexington KY Catechist Conference, July 2021
Fostering Academic Excellence and Catholic Identity in the Classroom St. John Paul II Aurora campuses, August 2021
The Challenge of Academic Excellence and SEL Infant Jesus of Prague Flossmoor, August 2021
Role of the School Board in Strategic Plan Formation and Execution Old St. Mary School, August 2021