Mormonism and education

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It is claimed that as a person becomes more educated, that they are more likely to become inactive or leave the Church. In order to avoid this, it is claimed that the Church Educational Systems (CES) deliberately promotes Gospel learning over secular learning.

  • Does the Church Educational System (CES) insists that gospel learning takes precedence over secular learning?
  • Does the level of activity in the Church decrease as educational level increases?

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