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Helping good schools save themselves

Catholic schools work miracles—but they’re closing left and right. What can we do about it? And what can they do?

The latest proof that these schools are a boon to society is a survey by the Canadian company Cardus.

It’s well established that Catholic-school students, particularly urban ones, are much more likely to graduate high school than their public-school peers.

But Cardus shows that these institutions are also providing a better education in the “STEM” fields vital to the good jobs in the modern economy—science, technology, engineering and math.

Read the complete article at the New York Post website.

Visit for more information about the Cardus Education Survey, released in New York, New York, last month.

Linked to Cardus' Education research project.

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