CARDUS EDUCATION SURVEY PDF

The report suggests that non-government schools are important contributors to education in Canada , that they contribute citizens that enhance the public good , and that these schools may have best practices that could be shared across all education systems. On September 26, , in an interview with Michael Coren , Ray Pennings the chair and coordinator of the Cardus Education Survey described what the report examined. We show the raw numbers. We control for social economic status and faith background. So we are really saying, you take a hundred kids, same amount of rich and poor, same amount of church and non-church. We have two groups of a kids.

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Their conversation explores the findings of nearly ten years of research into education outcomes through the Cardus Education Survey. Cardus makes CES data publicly available for individuals and groups to use. The data remain the property of Cardus, and external users must acknowledge Cardus as the source. No external use may state or imply Cardus endorsement unless such endorsement is first obtained from Cardus in writing. The CES does not study effects specific to particular groups or associations of schools.

Cardus is committed to not engaging in research that would position one group of schools in relation to or against another. Individuals or groups who use CES data for this purpose are acting contrary to the spirit in which this data is being made available. Users who wish to conduct their own studies and compare their outcomes with those of the CES should bear in mind that comparison will be affected by the different protocols used, such as the sampling process.

Direct comparison with CES data may therefore be difficult or impossible to make. Past Surveys.

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The survey provides one of the very few credible, statistically significant and reliable quantitative survey instruments that seeks to measure the beliefs, thoughts and perspectives of a nationally representative sample of year old school graduates from all schools in the nation and substantiates any claims positive or negative about private Christian education and its impact on the common good. The results of the survey will be of significant benefit to Australian schools in general, the Independent and Catholic sectors, and specifically Christian schooling in our nation. Similar Cardus surveys undertaken in both Canada and the United States will also provide the project outcomes with an international comparative perspective. SCEA eagerly looks forward to partnering collaboratively with the consortium of Christian School associations involved in this landmark research project that has the potential to shape and inform the narrative of the public good of Christian education in Australia into the future. A website link and further details regarding the project timeline will be sent shortly.

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Known for his research on character formation, school choice, faith-based schooling, and homeschooling, he serves on the editorial board for the International Journal of Christianity and Education. He worked as a public high school math teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area after completing a mathematics degree from the University of California, Berkeley. Read Less Dr. Read Less The Seventh-day Adventist school system has become the largest Protestant education system in world employing over 84, teachers and currently educating over 1. Read More Spread across Australia today, Adventist education serves the mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church by providing genuine Christian education across 48 school campuses to almost 14, students. Lynne was Principal of Genesis Christian College for eleven years, has taught in state and Read More private schools as well as Christian independent schools in Queensland and interstate.

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Cardus Education Survey

Their conversation explores the findings of nearly ten years of research into education outcomes through the Cardus Education Survey. Cardus makes CES data publicly available for individuals and groups to use. The data remain the property of Cardus, and external users must acknowledge Cardus as the source. No external use may state or imply Cardus endorsement unless such endorsement is first obtained from Cardus in writing. The CES does not study effects specific to particular groups or associations of schools. Cardus is committed to not engaging in research that would position one group of schools in relation to or against another.

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