The Cardus Education Survey: A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats (Cardus II) is a Canadian report measuring non-government school effects in service of the Canadian. ACSI supports the methodology of the Cardus Education Survey (CES), but we at ACSI do believe the facts gathered lead us to some different sets of. In , the Cardus Education Survey (CES) was released. This report examined the correlation between Christian education motivations and student outcomes.

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Cardus Education Survey 2018: Ontario Bulletin

The Cardus Education Survey: Cardus Iand it was phase one of the overall project. Law We believe that the law serves the citizenry, enables human flourishing, and advances the common good.

The distribution of English-speaking, non-government high school participants in the analysis was as follows:. At the same time, most non-government school graduates feel that the government should do more to solve social problems.

Non-government school graduates are more likely to call their school experience sheltered. Convivium Convivium is an online magazine which explores faith in our common life.


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Graduates are very involved in their churches, in educayion trips and in volunteering in non-religious community work. Reflecting back on their secondary education, these graduates have high satisfaction and feel that they were prepared well for later life.

The Phase I report says. Using educational standards based in various provincial documentation, the report concluded that graduates from various dducation schooling sectors—Separate CatholicIndependent CatholicIndependent Non-religious, Evangelical Christianand religious home education —exceed in all the measures that the public school sets for itself and do a better job than the public schools.


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The executive summary of the report highlighted some of the characteristics of non-government school graduates. In the report, Cardus applauded the work of independent Catholic schools in Quebec for preparing their graduates for their careers and their socio-economic contributions to the province and the country, but Cardus also questioned whether the schools have prepared students for their life of faith.

These graduates are more engaged in neighbourhood and community groups and are involved in cultural initiatives. They are more effective than all other school categories. The first of its kind to explore the topic in Canadathe study was a survey from a representative sample of graduates of government and non-government schools ages 24— Independent non-religious school graduates tend to trust established structures and institutions.

The survey includes questions about academic excellence, spiritual formation, and cultural engagement. What the Cardus study was therefore able to do is compare the Quebec graduates who attended fully funded government schools with those who attended partially funded Catholic independent schools.

The word Cardus comes from the Latin root “cardo”. Review Your Donation Update.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. We are committed to asking, “What makes a good city? In addition, respondents were asked the name and location csrdus the high school from which they graduated. Comment Comment is a journal of public theology. Third, Canadian Christian school graduates volunteer outside of their religious congregation more than their American counterparts.


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They vote more than government school graduates vote. They are compared to the government school graduates who are seen as the control group. Religious attributes of conviction, spiritual formation and practices are evident for Evangelical Protestants and graduates of religious home education, while graduates of separate Catholic schools appear almost identical to those of public school.

Cardus is a Canadian think tank “dedicated to the renewal of North American social architecture, drawing on more than years of Christian social thought”. Family Through research, we renew interest in the importance of stable families for our communities. Independent non-religious graduates differed from government school graduates only in being less likely to be divorced or separated.

The report suggests that non-government schools are important contributors to education in Canadathat they contribute citizens that enhance the public goodand that these schools may have best practices that could be shared across all education systems. Independent non-religious graduates act on their feelings of obligation and become involved with political campaigns. In the Ancient Roman world, the cardo was a street running north to south in a city.

Your donation enables Cardus to examine and enlarge the role of faith in common and public life. Sun News September 26, Why private schools make better people.