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A practice of human flourishing

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School Effects on Graduate Outcomes in Quebec 2016

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

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 ...

Cardus Education Survey 2016: Educating To Love Your Neighbour

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

Religious Schools, Gender Roles, and College Choices

Julie Dallavis investigates whether religious high schools are associated with gender differences...

Homeschooling and Young Adult Outcomes: Evidence from the 2011 and 2014 Cardu...

David Sikkink and Sara Skiles report on young adult outcomes of students who have been homeschool...

Variations in School Sector Advantages: Degrees, Earnings, and College Majors

Sara Skiles and David Sikkink examine religious school sector outcomes of college degree, field o...

Put testing to the test

Over coffee, I thought about how the system has enough data now to make a judgement about the sta...

What Is Education Research For?

The practice of research is all about posing questions, answering them, and testing reality to se...

Religion and Reading in Early Childhood

David Sikkink and Sara Skiles investigate the relationship between religious school attendance an...

Cardus Education Survey 2014: Extended Data Pack

Download the 500+ slide extended data pack, to review a larger sample of Cardus's findings than c...

Cardus Education Survey 2014: Private Schools for the Public Good

The 2014 Cardus Education Survey report is available now. This is the second instalment focusing ...

What is Your Major? Occupational Trajectories of Graduates of Religious Schoo...

David Sikkink examines whether religious high schools influence the type of job and career achiev...

What Religious School Parents Want

David Sikkink examined "What Parents Want," a recent Fordham Institute report based on a survey o...

Cardus Education Survey: Phase II Report (2012)

How do Canadians students rate their education? How do they fare—years later, decades later...

Cardus Education Survey: Phase II Extended Data Pack (2012)

Download the 187-slide extended data pack, to review a larger sample of Cardus' findings than cou...

Cardus Education Survey: Phase I Facilitator's Guide (Parents and Supporters)

The curriculum package for parents & supporters of Christian schools will equip you to lead fello...

Cardus Education Survey: Phase I Report (2011)

Do Christian schools deliver on their promises? Cardus reports on the largest-ever sample of Chri...

Cardus Education Survey - Brochure

The Cardus Education Survey brochure provides a brief summary of the nature and scope of this res...

The California Table: Connecting Education and Culture

An energetic group of thirty-seven educators, administrators and business and cultural leaders ga...