Public Opinions About Education In Saskatchewan
SSTA Research Centre Report #95-07 by CanWest Opinion (1995): 56 pages, $14.
Background to the Survey and Results In September 1995, Canwest Opinion Research of Regina was commissioned by the SSTA Research Centre to conduct a survey of the general public regarding issues affecting K-12 education in Saskatchewan. Issues were defined by a series of focus group interviews. 

A supporting video and handout are available from the SSTA Research Centre to invite continued dialogue about these issues. 

Engaging Parents and Community In Education
Adequate Resources For Education
Social Problems in Classrooms
Clear Standards and Expectations
Effective Teaching
School Program and Organization
Effective Use of Time in School
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The opinions and recommendations expressed in this report are those of the author and may not be in agreement with SSTA officers or trustees, but are offered as being worthy of consideration by those responsible for making decisions.