Finding the Light

Restoring the broken promise of American education

Higher education is at a crisis point. Do religious institutions have an answer?
Many institutions compete on superficial metrics that boost reputations that have little to do with how well they deliver value to students.
There is another model of life which is not based on the consumer but the covenant.
A 2016 study found that active engagement from academic advisers improved college persistence and graduation rates by nearly 15 percent.
The unique relationship religious schools have with their students may offer the road map and motive to graduate.
Religious schools help higher education navigate against conformity.
How higher education can provide more bang for the buck
Those involved with the program believe it’s reshaping what higher education might look like in African society writ large.