New Surveys Find That Religious Schooling Has a Lifelong Effect

"A survey conducted by the University of Notre Dame’s Sociology Department looked at comparative life outcomes for adults aged 24–42 who were educated in one of six school segments or types (public, private secular preparatory schools, Catholic schools, evangelical protestant Christian schools, religious homeschools, and classical Christian schools (schools affiliated with the Association of Classical Christian Schools (ACCS)), and gauged them on seven life outcomes" - TGC

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