Friday 1 March 2013

Evangelical Alliance on Education

The latest report in the 21st Century Evangelicals Series from the Evangelical Alliance UK highlights research about education.

The full report – Do We Value Education? – is available as a pdf here.

This is what the EA says:

This research looks at how evangelical Christians are involved in education, what motivates them to learn, and their values and priorities for both their own learning and that of the next generation. It also explores what influences evangelicals when choosing schools for their children, and their views on the place of Christianity in schools, and the practices and politics of education in the UK today. It shows how churches are already involved in schools and examines the challenges and opportunities for Christians to make a difference in the sphere of education.’

PowerPoint presentation and discussion questions for churches are linked to from this page.

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