I read this about Catholic Education. True or false?
A Catholic education is a challenging education. High standards, strong motivation, effective discipline and an atmosphere of caring combine to foster excellence, and a high quality of student performance. Catholic School students score significantly above the national averages on standardized testing. Research shows that because of a greater emphasis on homework and study, Catholic School students develop more effective writing skills. Catholic High School students attend post-secondary education at a rate in excess of 98% and are more likely to complete their program of studies. Catholic Schools have an excellent success rate in educating minority students while providing a stimulating and demanding education, Catholic Schools give students a high level of individualized attention and personal sharing. This commitment is reinforced by participation in programs for advanced students and also for those experiencing difficulties in reading, writing, and math.