Are Private Schools Good for America? Release of Data

Click here to view a PDF file of the survey data

The CUNY Institute for Education Policy at Roosevelt House
Presents

Are Private Schools Good for America?
Release of Data

featuring

Ray Pennings
Executive Vice President, Cardus

with

Sean Corcoran
Associate Professor, Educational Economics, New York University

Kathy Jamil
Chair, Islamic School’s League of America

and

Ashley Berner
Deputy Director, CUNY Institute for Education Policy

moderated by 

David Steiner
Klara and Larry Silverstein Dean, Hunter College School of Education
Director, CUNY Institute for Education Policy

Do private schools serve the public good, or private interests? Do they train for democratic citizenship, or do they further divide an already plural­istic society? A recent research project by Cardus, a non-aligned Canadian thinktank, surveyed a nationally representative sample of 24-39 year-old Americans from across major school sectors and sought to analyze school sector impact upon adult behavior in civic engagement, academic achievement, and religious formation. Join us for a critical examination of just-released data on non-public and public school graduates from the Cardus Religious Schools Initiative at Notre Dame University.

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