Growing Thinking Christians: An Investigation of the Outcomes of Christian Education
College of Education
Department of English and Foreign Languages
This investigation compared the influence of public and Christian high schools on the spiritual formation and academic achievement of college students. Recent high school graduates who attend a private, liberal arts university in the southeastern United States responded to an online survey and interview questions related to the influence of one's high school experience on spiritual formation and academic achievement. Significant differences were found between high school type and the type of problems faced by students and teachers, students' ability to intelligently defend their faith, and students' perceived ability to function in a diverse world.
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leBlanc, P. B.,
(2012). Growing Thinking Christians: An Investigation of the Outcomes of Christian Education. Journal of School Choice: International Research and Reform, 6(1), 62-81.
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