CHURCH ATTENDANCE BOOSTS STUDENTS GPAs 08/28/2008


By Robert Roy Britt
If you want to boost your teenager's grade point average, take the kid to church," reports Robert Roy Britt for Fox News

"Students who attend religious services weekly average a GPA 0.144 higher than those who never attend services," said Jennifer Glanville, a sociologist at the University of Iowa.

Some of the reason suggested are religious youth are better behaved, have better friends and they have regular contact with adults from various generations who serve as role models.

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