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Today’s shabby university religion

Published on June 23, 2012 By SiteEditor

ChristianGovernance eletter – June 15, 2012
Today’s shabby university religion

The most interesting aspect of the analysis in the article below of the shabby intellectual condition of today’s universities and colleges is the following:

> However, religion has been largely shunned from higher education during the past 100 years, in the name of combating sectarianism and dogma.

Not everyone needs a debt-financed university degree to be complete

Published on September 21, 2010 By SiteEditor

National Post – September 14, 2010
Not everyone needs a debt-financed university degree to be complete
By Matt Gurney

Last week StatsCan put out a report saying that, even while the comparable rate across the industrialized world fell to 14%, the percentage of Canadian teenagers not attending school remains stuck at 20%. One in five Canadians between 15 and 19 is a pretty big number, but it varies widely by province and territory – in Yukon and Nunavat, it’s one-third of teenagers, in New Brunswick, only 14%. Alberta leads the provinces with 26%.

Homeschoolers succeeding in college, new study shows

Published on August 4, 2010 By SiteEditor

Excerpt from “New Study Shows Homeschoolers Succeeding in College,” a press release issued by the Home School Legal Defense Association:

Therefore, it was with great interest that we read the new study – Exploring Academic Outcomes of Homeschooled Students, by Michael F. Cogan – which shows homeschoolers succeeding in college.

The study was based on a medium sized college located in the upper Midwest.