The effects of religion and religiosity as measured by attendance at weekly religious services on the demand for private schooling is assessed. It is shown that Catholics, fundamentalist/evangelical Protestants, and respondents who attend religious services more often have a higher demand for private schooling. Data from the National Opinion Research Center’s “General Social Survey” are used.
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Sander, W. (2005). Religion, Religiosity and Private Schools. Journal of Catholic Education, 9 (1). Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol9/iss1/15