Intensely Religious Teens do Better at School and College, Study Finds

From its beginnings, the Church of Scientology has recognized that freedom of religion is a fundamental human right. In a world where conflicts are often traceable to intolerance of others’ religious beliefs and practices, the Church has, for more than 50 years, made the preservation of religious liberty an overriding concern.

Intensely religious teens are more likely to excel at academics than their less religious peers, research conducted by a sociologist of religion and education has found, providing the latest evidence that the religious upbringing of teenagers has a powerful influence on their academic success.

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