The first major report from a survey sociologist Philip Schwadel worked on during his leave at Pew Research regarding adolescent religion was published.
"This report is all about what teens see and do around religion in school," he said.
Schwadel is Happold Professor and undergraduate chair in the Department of Sociology in the College of Arts and Sciences. His research focuses on religion and politics in the United States, with an emphasis on social status, social contexts, and social change.
- Read "For a lot of American teens, religion is a regular part of the public school day" at pewforum.org