Teachers' Attitudes Toward Elementary and Secondary Schools: A Saskatchewan Perspective: 68 pages, $14
Setting the Stage In May 1991, a 16 page survey was mailed to a random sample of 500 Saskatchewan educators and it garnered a response rate of 41%. Both open-ended and closed response items were included. The open-ended questions were content analyzed for topic, sentiment, and strength of sentiment. The closed response items were used to generate descriptive statistics.

The primary goals of the research were to examine educators' attitudes toward elementary and secondary schools and provide a base of information which could be used for policy decisions. 

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