Professor Glenn Chosen to Serve on “Commission on Faith-based Schools”

Professor Charles Glenn was selected to serve on the Commission on Faith-based Learning, organized by the American Center for School Choice. The newly established Commission met for the first time on September 20, 2012, in New York City.

The Commission is comprised of leaders representing the majority of faiths that operate schools in the United States of America. Members will work together to address the importance of full parental choice in education. The Commission will also collaborate on methods to expand knowledge and understanding of faith-based schools in the U.S. It will be releasing its first report at its national conference in spring 2013.

Professor Glenn will serve on this Commission as a professional expert on educational policy. He is also the only university professor serving on the commission.

The American Center for School Choice is a non-profit corporation working to educate the public and increase support for families to choose schools that will best serve their children. More information can be found at

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