U.S. Catholic schools -- one of the nation's largest alternative education systems -- are struggling with declining enrollment. "We either reinvent ourselves or I don't see how we don't ultimately disappear from America's inner cities," says the Rev. Timothy Scully, founder of the University of Notre Dame's Alliance for Catholic Education. "The model upon which we were founded was so different, both from a cost and supply side."

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