Indiana Private School Parent Survey (Fall 2013) - Slides

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Indiana Private School Parent Survey (Fall 2013) - Slides

  1. 1. Surveying Indiana’s Private School Parents Paul DiPerna paul@edchoice.org February 10, 2014 Columbia Club Indianapolis, IN
  2. 2. Survey Partners School Choice Indiana Indiana Non-Public Education Association Indiana Catholic Conference
  3. 3. Survey Overview Web surveys administered September 17 to November 6, 2013 via SCI’s parent network and INPEA’s School Jurisdictional Network. • 4,072 Indiana parents completed surveys covering 6,129 total private school students • 1,397 parents surveyed indicated they used school vouchers or tax-credit scholarships, representing 2,254 participating choice students • 1,588 parents reported having 2+ children attending a given private school; analysis reflects experience wrt oldest child • 90% completion rate for parents who started the web survey • Coverage = 266 private schools (estimated)
  4. 4. Access and Inertia
  5. 5. Satisfaction with Schools
  6. 6. Reasons for Moving and Choosing
  7. 7. Takeaways • ### • ### • ###
  8. 8. Thank You Questions, Comments, or Suggestions? Paul DiPerna paul@edchoice.org Research Director
  9. 9. About the Friedman Foundation edchoice.org • Founded in 1996 by Milton & Rose Friedman • Based in Indianapolis, IN • 501(c)(3) / Nonpartisan / Nonprofit • Annual activities and services in 30+ states Core educational activities and services: Research Marketing Speakers and Events Local and State Partnerships Advocacy
  10. 10. What we mean by “school choice” • Separate the public education funding mechanism from the administration and operation of schools, and minimize the inherent conflict of interest in such arrangements. • The direction and flow of education funding should follow the student to whichever school – public or private – that family feels is best to meet the child’s needs and priorities.

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