The Practicing Faith Survey is a tool designed to help faith-based schools to assess their impact on students’ faith formation. It uses a self-administered online survey tool to provide students with feedback on the current patterns of emphasis in their engagement with Christian learning practices, and to give Christian schools data on overall patterns in their students’ engagement with faith practices.

The Practicing Faith Survey emerges from a partnership between the Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning at Calvin University and Cardus Education. These two organizations, both of which have an extensive background in research on faith-based schools, came together to design and fund a project designed to generate a fresh approach to assessing the impact of Christian education.

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