Faith research deficit

13th November 2009 at 00:00

A lack of research into Christian faith schools and their impact on pupil attainment is a growing "cause for concern", according to a study released this week. The report, commissioned by theology think tank Theos and Christian educational charity the Stapleford Centre, has found that there has been very little research into the impact of these schools on beliefs, behaviour, attainment and the spiritual development of pupils.

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