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NAGTY occasional paper 9: Pilot survey of members' parents
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- Feb 2006
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This report presents the findings of a pilot project to survey a sample of parents of the members of the National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth (NAGTY) Student Academy. The purposes of the survey are to enable NAGTY to gain a picture of the involvement of parents in their children’s education, and of their understanding and perceptions of NAGTY.
At the time that the questionnaire was distributed (December 2005), student membership of NAGTY stood at 80,000 students. A random sample of 1000 parents were sent a short questionnaire. 26 per cent responded, which was considered satisfactory. The responses to the questions were considered for the full cohort of respondents and then analysed in more detail.
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