students' knowledge doubles with bible history
The most telling way to measure the impact of Bible history classes is by comparing students’ Bible knowledge before and after completing a course.
Every year, a test on basic Bible knowledge is administered at the beginning and end of the school year to gauge the course’s impact. The test results (seen above) are very telling.
When students take the test at the beginning of the course, the average score county-wide in 2015-2016 was 38%, a failing grade. By the end of the semester, the class average has risen to around 80%, a double increase and a passing grade.
Progress like this is no accident. It is due to the ongoing investment made by the Chattanooga community in the quality of public school education, by providing an academically rich Bible history curriculum, at no cost to the taxpayer.
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