Dr. Beth Green, Cardus Senior Fellow and Visiting Professor of Research, Integration and Educational Formation at Tyndale, is scheduled to speak at venues in the United States on the Cardus Education Survey Unpacked: Educating for the Common Good. She will be presenting the Cardus Education Survey data and leading workshops for Christian school administrators and teachers on April 9 in Chattanooga and on May 21 in Philadelphia.
In each speaking session, she will address the difference that Christian schooling makes and how Christian school graduates contribute to our society and to the common good. These presentations are being carried out in connection with the Association of Christian Schools International. She will also be interviewed on April 26 for an education podcast, which will air at a later date.
Cardus is a non-partisan, faith-based think tank and registered charity. The Cardus Education Survey has been collecting data on U.S. independent school graduates since 2011. It is the only international survey measure that compares graduate outcomes of K-12 education at school sector Protestant, Catholic, Independent non-religious and public schools. It reports academic, religious, civic and social outcomes and is a major piece of empirical research.
Dr. Green has an international reputation for her expertise in religious school ethos; leadership and management; teaching and learning; and social theory in education. She joined Tyndale after four years as Program Director of Education at Cardus, where she focused her work on research and public policy in education, overseeing the significant expansion of the Cardus Education Program. She continues to play a significant role with Cardus, working on several ongoing initiatives in education research. As a Cardus Senior Fellow, she works alongside others to provide strategic advice and input into the direction of Cardus’ education research program.