CCCU: Christian Grads Face Blacklisting, Rising Bigotry

The CCCU established how some public schools will not hire teachers taught at Christian colleges and universities. This is not based on observations of student teachers, but because they have a penalty against a school that has a traditional understanding of marriage. (Christian Post photo)

The Christian Post – Some Christian schools encountered hospitals and schools that refuse to accept their nursing and education students for jobs and internships, Shirley Hoogstra, president of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, told The Christian Post.

The students are turned away because of the colleges’ understanding of marriage as between one man and one woman. The problem is not widespread, Hoogstra explained, but it is an issue that the CCCU is dealing with and concerned about for the future.

“There have been small pockets in the United States where Christian colleges that have held a traditional understanding of marriage have had some of their professional programs impacted,” she said.

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