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Reaching Millennials With Religious Education

Beth Green, program director for Cardus Education, talks to Convivium’s Peter Stockland abo...

Christian School Excellence Awards Shortlist Released

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 19, 2018 HAMILTON –Fourteen teachers from eight Ontario Christ...

Making the Transition: The Effect of School Sector on Extended Adolescence

Looking at several large social surveys in the U.S., this paper finds that religious school isn&r...

Blessing the Culture for Good

Dr. Beth Green, Director of Cardus Education, writes in the ACSI Blog on the value of Christian e...

Do as I Say, Not as I Do

Dr. Beth Green writes in CultureFeed on Cardus research into graduate outcomes.

Parents Want, and Deserve, Educational Options

Write Beth Green and Deani Van Pelt in the Toronto Star: the “either-or” arguments in...

Bringing Thou Back In

This report examines the correlation between religious school attendance, pro-social attitudes, a...

Deani Van Pelt: Why Ontario needs its religious schools

The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario has come out with some bad advice that would...

What is the Connection Between the School Children Attend and their Faith as ...

Check out “The World and Everything In It” podcast from World Magazine. Columnist Lei...

Teaching Lifelong Lessons in Faith

New study shows sending kids to Christian schools helps strengthen their belief as adults.

Millennials Who Attended Evangelical Protestant Schools More Likely to Marry,...

According to a recent Cardus survey, generation X and millennial-aged adults who attended evangel...

Three Key Ways That Christian Schools Influence Students

January 30, 2018 Christian high schools in North America help students remain faithful as young ...

Walking the Path: The Religious Lives of Young Adults in North America

Using Cardus Education Survey data, University of Notre Dame analysts say that attending a Protes...

Three Essentials To Reinforce Faith

Beth Green, program director for Cardus Education, walks Convivium’s Peter Stockland throug...

Most Albertans see benefit of public funding for religious schools

Beth Green, Program Director of Education at Cardus, writes in the Edmonton Journal about how Alb...

Beth Green speaks about government funding of religious schools

Cardus Education Program Director Dr. Beth Green appeared on Sirius XM’s National Post Radi...

Beth Green on CFAX Radio

Cardus Education Program Director Dr. Beth Green was a guest on CFAX Radio in Victoria, B.C. to t...

Promises, Promises

What is the impact of schooling experiences on the formation, quality, and stability of marriages...

Majority of Albertans support public funding for religious schools, poll says

CBC covers the recent Angus Reid polling, put out in partnership with Cardus, revealing Canadians...

Cardus Education Policy Round Tables Summary

In the fall of 2017 Cardus Education hosted four by-invitation education policy round tables acro...

Beth Green on 980 CFPL

Dr. Beth Green, Program Director of Education at Cardus, discusses the new Angus Reid polling reg...

Majority of Canadians support public funding for religious schools, study fin...

Recent polling by the Angus Reid Institute and Cardus reveal that the majority of Canadians are i...

Beth Green on CHML

Dr. Beth Green, Program Director of Cardus Education, speaks with Scott Thompson on CHML regardin...

Dr. Green of Cardus talks about an education funding poll

Dr. Beth Green, Cardus Education Program Director talks with John Oakley on AM640 Toronto about a...

Funding religious schools: the majority of Canadians say at least some public...

Cardus has partnered with the Angus Reid Institute to bring out new polling on Canadians' attitud...

Poll Finds Strong National Support for Funding Religious Schools

December 14, 2017 Providing government funding to religious schools is a popular idea in Canada....

Dr. Beth Green: Activists who want to cut off religious school funding out of...

Beth Green, Program Director of Cardus Education, writes in the National Post that Canadians see ...

Setting the record straight on education spending in Ontario

Cardus Senior Fellow Deani Van Pelt writes in The Hamilton Spectator on how independent and home ...

Home Schooling’s Lessons For Education

Cardus Senior Fellow Deani Van Pelt, and Cardus Education Program Director Beth Green, contend th...

Three Back To School Essentials

As parents jot down to-do lists for their kids’ return to school, Cardus Director of Educat...

Distinctly Quebec Education

Analyzing data from the Cardus Education Survey, program director Beth Green fills Convivium read...

Award Recognizes Ontario Teachers for Excellence in Education

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BURLINGTON, ON – Five Ontario teachers are the latest recipients of ...

School Effects on Graduate Outcomes in Quebec 2016

Because of historical, cultural, and governmental differences between Quebec and the rest of Cana...

Watch the 2017 Rozema Award Winners and Runners-Up

In 2017 four awards were awarded: Group Excellence Award: a group award of up to $8,000. Excelle...

The Commons: Cultivate Your Calling

As a career advisor, I edit hundreds of résumés and cover letters for students purs...

Filth Therapy: A Cunning Word

Long ago every village in England had a cunning man, or woman—an untrained but intuitive he...

The Slow Professor

David Goa reviews The Slow Professor, Challenging the Culture of Speed in the Academy by Mag...

Trust without Teachers

In her first post-election public appearance, Hillary Clinton decried an "epidemic of fake news."...

Checking the Selfish Gene

Cardus Program Director of Education Beth Green examines a way to inhibit the transmission of the...

The Religious School Advantage: Creating Generous Citizens

THE RELIGIOUS SCHOOL ADVANTAGE: CREATING GENEROUS CITIZENSCatholic and Evangelical high schools i...

The Lasting Impact of High School on Giving and Volunteering in the U.S.

Jonathan Schwarz and David Sikkink investigate if high schools in the United States foster behavi...

Blinded by Religion? Religious School Graduates and Perceptions of Science in...

Jonathan Schwarz and David Sikkink examine if religious school attendance has a direct, independe...

Headquarters: Cardus Education Survey

WINTER 2016 | Supporters of Christian independent schools have had a hunch that their schools do ...

Education Research as a Travel Guide for Wholesome Public Life

When Johanna writes about the ‘failings’ of Christian education, she is talking in part about the...

Be True to Your School, Parents in North America Say: Intergenerational Conti...

Jonathan Schwarz and David Sikkink assess the schooling choices of North American parents in the ...

Major National Education Report Breaks Religious Independent School Stereotyp...

MAJOR NATIONAL EDUCATION REPORT BREAKS RELIGIOUS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL STEREOTYPESCardus Education S...

Cardus Education Survey 2016: Educating To Love Your Neighbour

The 2016 Cardus Education Survey report is available now. This is the second instalment focusing ...

Who was the Brain in that Jar?

As students and teachers are nestling back into another academic year, here's a conversation you'...

Playful Minds

My fourth grade students certainly wouldn't need convincing that schools could use more video gam...

Before We Write Off "Private" Schools

Are you sure that a little bit of competition to a large education monopoly might not just make e...