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Center for Evaluation and Education Policy, Indiana University

The 2004 Public Opinion Survey on Education in Indiana examined public perceptions on the following issues: (1) Overall Evaluation of Public Schools in Indiana; (2) School Funding; (3) Core 40 and the P-16 Plan; (4) ISTEP+; (5) School Choice and Charter; (6) Schools; (7) Teacher Quality; (8) No Child Left Behind Act and P.L. 221; and (9) The Achievement Gap in Indiana. This report summarizes the findings of the Year 2 Survey. Results are reported in summary for Indiana overall, and then, for comparison purposes, are shown disaggregated by northern, southern, and central Indiana regions, as well as by demographic categories. Finally, where comparisons are possible, Year 2 Survey results were compared with those from the Benchmark Survey to identify trends in public attitudes and perceptions. The report is divided into four parts: Part I. Introduction; Part II. Methodology; Part III. Highlights of 2004 Findings and Part IV. Results. Appended are: (A) Summary Tables for Open-ended Question and (B) Detailed Results. [This report produced by the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy, University of Indiana.]

Descriptors: Public Opinion, Educational Policy, Educational Finance, Surveys, Educational Attitudes, School Choice, Academic Achievement, Teacher Effectiveness

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Author: Plucker, Jonathan A.; Spradlin, Terry E.; Zapf, Jason S.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=7124&id=ED488894



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