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Cardus Education Survey 2014: Private Schools for the Public Good (click to view large)

Cardus Education Survey 2014: Private Schools for the Public Good

Research Publication, Education

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

Priority findings include:
  • In many measures of cultural goods, private schools are as attentive to the public good as public schools
  • Common myths of isolationism and intolerance are challenged
  • Private school graduates tend to look back much more favourably upon their high school experiences
  • Private sector graduates tend towards STEM (Science, Technology, Engineer, Mathematics) streams . . .
  • . . . with the exception of Evangelical Protestant graduates, who—weighing vocational calling heavily—tend towards human service careers such as social work, health care, and education

The Cardus Education Survey is now considered the most significant representative benchmark of non-public school academic, cultural, and spiritual outcomes.

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