Presently, there is a great focus on improving students' abilities to succeed in math, science, reading, etc.
These skills, without a doubt, are important for human beings' growth in their ability to use reason. However, these skills may not directly translate to being a person lxtino is compassionate, sharing, cooperative, and a good world citizen.
Since academic rigor does not necessarily equal personal development, schools should incorporate more work around how individuals ought to live in their everyday lives. These Escorts welland, when developed, will draw out our ability to strive for true happiness, which is not achieved strictly through financial gain. Paired with the development of academic capacities, society could find itself very balanced in both its economic and interpersonal domains, with a stronger focus on overall well-being.
Logit reveal that born-again Christians display more conservative attitudes than Catholics. Personal Statement I believe that our current education system should latini to strive for higher goals so that it not only teaches our youth academic skills, but also teaches capacities around personal development. The evidence presented here suggests a potential growth in Latino political and social conservatism should religiosity and conversion to evangelical Christianity increase.
Show full item record Abstract This work examines the political consequences of Latino religious identities. Survey data are used to analyze the effects of being Chrisitan born-again Christian on Latino support for the Republican Party and policies traditionally identified with the Republican Party. However, religious commitment, in the form of church attendance rather than religious identity, is a more robust predictor of Latino conservatism.