In addition, education is equally important for both Amish and Mormons. The Amish have their own education system just like Mormons; however, their ways of education practice and goals are not alike. The Amish believe that learning farming and homemaking are the most important goals in their lives, most of their children only required to finish U.S. eighth grade of education at their own private schools. Once they complete their schooling, their parents and other elders will be their lives long teachers to teach them farming and crafting techniques. Although Mormons believe learning from home is important, they also have their own private schools to provide education for their young ones. Mormons believe all knowledge comes from “The Book of Mormon”, which is scriptural canon consisting of the Bible. Most Mormon teenagers and adults spend most of their time studying such book to seek deeper meaning in God’s words.
Lastly, religious belief plays a very