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 Research projects education and culture. 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.

Religious home education graduates are somewhat less likely to be divorced or separated and extremely unlikely to be co-habiting. Three main differences can be seen in the educaation.

Non-government school graduates are more likely to call their school experience sheltered.

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Christian school and religious home-educated graduates are notably more likely to feel obligated to care for the environment, but again only the independent non-religious school graduates are significantly more environmentally active than their government school peers.

Respondents chose from the following options: Health We seek to enlarge the conversation concerning care for the most vulnerable Canadians in our midst.


We believe that the law serves the citizenry, enables human flourishing, and advances the common good. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The executive summary of the report highlighted some of the characteristics of non-government school graduates.

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In order to make the survey instrument comparable to the United States sample of the Cardus Education Study, several surveu were replicated from the Knowledge Networks survey. It suggests that graduates of non-government schools religious and non-religious tend to be equally or more involved in politics and culture than are government school graduates.


Christian school graduates have had more cross-cultural experiences than graduates of other schools.

Hope College DeVos Fieldhouse. Responses from graduates of these categories were not analyzed. They are more generous with their money to a variety of causes and more generous with their time by volunteering more. Pennings, R, Seel, D. Another significant difference was that all government schools were officially labeled either Catholic or Protestant untilwhen a change in Canada’s constitution made it possible for the Quebec government to make education less about religion and more about language in by now labeling all schools as either French-speaking of English-speaking.

Cardus uses this image of the busy street saying, “Cardus’s wide-angle periodicals, policies, and punditry come together for a renewed vision of North American social architecture, up and down the Cardus—the Main Street. The home school graduate completed fewer years. Busy with many markets and stores, the cardo, was the center of business and the economy of any Roman town.

The William Voortman Fund is a private foundation in WaterdownOntario, which supports selected Christian organizations, with a focus on education in Ontario.

They are compared to the government school graduates who are seen as the control group. By almost all survey questions, Christian schools and religious home education are affirmed by their graduates in contributing to religious and spiritual formation.

David Sikkink was the head of quantitative studies. First, graduates of the independent schools had a higher satisfaction with their high school experience. The number of graduates of independent non-religious schools was too small to draw any conclusions. Separate Catholic school graduates, independent Catholic school graduates and independent non-religious school graduates are spread out over high schoolcollegeuniversity undergraduate and master degreeswith the independent non-religious graduate having the highest overall educational attainment.


Government, Separate CatholicIndependent CatholicIndependent non-religious, Evangelical Protestant often called Christian schoolsand religious home education homeschooling families in which the mother regularly attended religious services. Comment Comment is a journal of public theology.

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Social Cities We are committed to asking, “What makes a good city? They vote more than government school graduates vote. Cardus Education exists to provide reliable, credible data for non-government types of education. The Cardus Education Survey: What the Cardus study was therefore able to do is compare the Quebec graduates who attended fully funded government cardua with those who attended partially funded Catholic independent schools.

Catholic, conservative Protestant or “Christian school,” other Protestant school, or other type of independent school. On September 26,in an interview with Michael CorenRay Pennings the chair and coordinator of the Cardus Education Survey described what the report examined. Cultural activities seemed to be shaped by the graduates’ community and family interests. Education Cardus Education exists to provide reliable, credible data for non-government types of education. Beth Green Program Director, Education.

Better is Possible Learn More. Graduates of Christian schools are more likely that any educaation group to be satisfied with their lives, but they are less likely to take risks and more likely to conform. Law We believe that the law serves the citizenry, enables human flourishing, and advances the common good. In the two reports, many similarities between the countries are evident.

Graduates were sorted by the type of school, such as Catholic, evangelical Protestant, non-religious caddus, and home school.