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 3.  The challenges that we are facing in rural catechesis is a lack of qualified personnel for our programs. ​ Many of our programs are run by well meaning parishioners who have volunteered for sometime and so they are given the job as coordinator or facilitator without very much background. ​ Catechesis training is another challenge because often it is the blind leading the blind. ​ At the present time we are developing a three year strategic plan that addresses various ways to meet these challenges. ​ First, we are developing a standards-based curriculum; second, we are looking at a new format for doing religious certification,​ which is more of a professional development plan; and third, we are looking at an accreditation process for parish programs. 3.  The challenges that we are facing in rural catechesis is a lack of qualified personnel for our programs. ​ Many of our programs are run by well meaning parishioners who have volunteered for sometime and so they are given the job as coordinator or facilitator without very much background. ​ Catechesis training is another challenge because often it is the blind leading the blind. ​ At the present time we are developing a three year strategic plan that addresses various ways to meet these challenges. ​ First, we are developing a standards-based curriculum; second, we are looking at a new format for doing religious certification,​ which is more of a professional development plan; and third, we are looking at an accreditation process for parish programs.
  
-4.  I feel that the NCCB, NCCL and others could develop national standards for religion, which could be the foundation for our curriculums. ​ They also could develop a national accreditation process that parishes and dioceses could use to assess their program against national standards. ​ This type of process would give our programs creditability and help our programs become more viable. ​  +4.  I feel that the NCCB, NCCL and others could develop national standards for religion, which could be the foundation for our curriculums. ​ They also could develop a national accreditation process that parishes and dioceses could use to assess their program against national standards. ​ This type of process would give our programs creditability and help our programs become more viable. ​  \\ 
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