Results of the 2003 parent survey

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South Carolina Education Oversight Committee
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2004-05-20
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Educational surveys--South Carolina , Parent-teacher relationships--South Carolina. , Education--South Carolina--Public opinion
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The following report is an analysis of the results of the 2003 parent survey results. Because the administration of and format of the survey were not changed, the EOC reviewed the data with the objective of answering the following questions regarding parental involvement and parental perceptions of schools: 1. Compared to 2002, did more or fewer parents respond to the survey? Why or why not? Were the demographic characteristics of the respondents similar across the two years? 2. Compared to last year, generally, are parents more or less satisfied with their child’s school learning environment, home-school relations, and school/physical environment? If there are changes, can these changes be attributed to anything based on the data? 3. Regarding parental involvement, are parents more involved in their child’s school? If not, what obstacles are preventing them? Are these the same obstacles as reported last year?
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South Carolina State Library
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Copyright status undetermined. For more information contact, South Carolina State Library, 1500 Senate Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201.
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