Stanford Study: The Most Religious Kids Do Best In School

Adolescents who practice religion regularly perform better in school than those adolescents who do not, finds a recent study performed by Dr. Ilana M. Horwitz at Stanford’s Graduate School of Education. Horwitz’s paper explores differences among the grade point averages (GPAs) of public school students based on their levels of religiosity. Horwitz bucketed the students into five different levels of religious adherence, from most religious to least religious . . . . Read More

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By |2018-05-01T13:45:11+00:00April 25th, 2018|Categories: News|Comments Off on Stanford Study: The Most Religious Kids Do Best In School