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Title: The 15th OISE survey: Public attitudes towards education in Ontario in 2004
Authors: Hart, Doug
Livingstone, David W.
Keywords: Education
Public policy
Education in Ontario
General perceptions of schools
Educational finance
School governance
Equity and school outcomes
Education and economy
Survey highlights
Survey findings
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT)
Series/Report no.: OISE/UT Survey
Abstract: "The commitment of the new Liberal government to increase resources for public education does not yet appear to be sufficient in the eyes of most Ontarians," says David Livingstone, director of the Centre for the Study of Education and Work at OISE/UT. He conducted the 15th biennial survey, Public Attitudes Towards Education in Ontario 2004, with co-author Doug Hart, at OISE/UT. "There is a widespread consensus among virtually all social groups that further funding increases are still needed."
Description: The OISE/UT Survey has been conducted and published biennially since 1980. It is the only regular, publicly disseminated survey of public attitudes towards educational policy options in Canada. Its basic purpose is to enhance public self-awareness and informed participation in educational policy-making.
URI: http://webspace.oise.utoronto.ca/~living13/@oisesurveyarchive/survey_15_2004_fullreport.pdf
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