- Associated Press - Sunday, August 9, 2015

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) - Educators from 14 countries are heading home from Nashua, New Hampshire, following a conference on the challenges facing Catholic colleges and universities.

The five-day International Congress of Education, which ended Friday, brought together representatives from countries served by the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary to Rivier University, which was founded by the order.

Workshops were taught in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish, and topics focused on creating a shared vision of future challenges in Catholic education. Another goal was reenergizing educators, with a focus on their health and wellbeing, and providing practical tools for personalizing education.

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