Parents and Education Survey

Thank you for participating in this survey. Your input will be helpful to the CES Global Education Initiative, which is collaborating with Latter-day Learning to conduct this research. In the questions that follow, we invite you to share your experiences, practical ideas, and routines that help you support your children's educational success.

Survey Length: 13 questions
Suggested Completion Time: 10–20 minutes

Q.1
Your name (optional)


Q.2
Your role(s)

Mark all that apply.

Q.3
How many children do you have?

The following principles can help parents in assisting their child to become an independent, lifelong learner:

- Establish educational expectations and goals regarding learning and effort
- Be involved with your child's life and their learning
- Be an example (or help your child find a role model) of continuous learning
- Be involved in your child’s class and school
- Build and strengthen faith and testimony
- Help your child be organized, focused and diligent in learning
- Create an environment that supports education and learning

Q.4
How would you change or add to the list of principles above?

(Please share your ideas in the space provided.)

Q.5
In addition to the principles listed above, the following principles or ideas have helped me educate my children:

(Please share your ideas in the space provided.)

For the following eight questions, please share your responses in the spaces provided.

Q.6
My family has established educational expectations and goals regarding learning and effort by...

Q.7
I strive to be involved with my child’s learning by…

Q.8
I strive to be an example of continuous learning by…

Q.9
I help my child find role models of continuous learning by…

Q.10
I strive to be involved in my child’s class and school by…

Q.11
Our family strives to build and strengthen faith and testimony by…

Q.12
I strive to help my child be organized, focused, and diligent in learning by…

Q.13
I strive to create an environment that supports education and learning by…