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Effects of Religious Practice on Education

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Because education is important for all citizens and the government invests heavily in public schooling, any factor that promotes academic achievement is important to the common good. A growing body of research has consistently indicated that the frequency of religious practice is directly and significantly correlated with academic outcomes and educational attainment. Religiously involved students spend more time on their homework, work harder in school, and achieve more as a result.

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