Canadian think tank Cardus has partnered with the University of Notre Dame to research how parental choice of religious school influences long-term student, family and community life.
The study launches in July.
University of Notre Dame sociologist Dr. David Sikkink said the primary goal is to provide the educational world with comprehensive, trustworthy data on the outcomes of religious schooling, and provide religious schools themselves with self-assessment tools.
Cardus and the Notre Dame team will also host regular symposiums through the partnership. Read more