"Catholic schools can use parts of the Common Core, but the Common Core in and of itself is insufficient to guide education in Catholic schools," Guernsey said. "The Common Core does college/career prep. We adopt this broader approach and vision toward education, and parents will run to that. Parents will pay, if they can afford it, to get an uncommon education and have their children’s depth of thought, compassion, humanity, and vision of man articulated. In the Common Core, we’ve lost this vision of humanity."