ETF-Evaluation through follow-up.
Cohort 1977.
Parent questionnaire in grade 6

Groups of questions

Group Description      
1 Background      
3 Plans and choices      
8 Perception of educational practices      

Variables in dataset.

no variable question group labels  
1   Has the child been enrolled in pre-school? 1 show  
  QP61A Has not participated in any form of childcare      
  QP61B Yes, at a pre-school for more than 2 years      
  QP61C Yes, at a pre-school for 2 years or less      
  QP61D Yes, part-time at playschool      
  QP61E Yes, with a child-minder      
2 QP62 Who does the child live with? 1 show  
3   How often do you and your child talk about things that the child does in school? 8 show  
  QP63A Mother      
  QP63B Father      
4   How often do you help your child with homework and other schoolwork done at home? 8 show  
  QP64A Mother      
  QP64B Father      
5   How do you experience your opportunities to have an influence on the work that goes on in your childs class? 8 show  
  QP65A Mother      
  QP65B Father      
6   What is your opinion about the quarterly discussion, when you yourself are able to meet the teacher? 8 show  
  QP66A Mother      
  QP66B Father      
7   What is your approach to development discussions with teachers? 8 show  
  QP67A Mother      
  QP67B Father      
8 QP68 In most schools choices about courses in English and maths are made in the spring. Which course in English has your child chosen for year 7? 8 show  
9 QP69 Which course in maths has your child chosen for year 7? 3 show  
10   Which of the following reasons has most influenced this choice? 8 show  
  QP610A They offer wider opportunities after secondary school      
  QP610B They best suit the childs own ability and dispositions      
  QP610C The childs best friends have made a similar choice      
  QP610D This is what the teacher suggested      
  QP610E Some other reason, Which?      
11 QP611 Would you like your child to continue on to upper secondary school after year 9? 3 show  
12   What is your current occupational situation? 1 show  
  QP612AM/AF Employed, full-time      
  QP612BM/BF Employed, part-time      
  QP612CM/CF Self-employed      
  QP612DM/DF Taking care of the home, full-time      
  QP612EM/EF Enrolled in education      
  QP612FM/FF Unemployed      
  QP612GM/GF Pensioner      
13   What education have you received? 1 show  
  QP613A Mother      
  QP613B Father      
14 QP614 What is your current employment? 1 show  
18   What are the most important responsibilities that schools have? 8 show  
  QP618A To provide a basic competency in maths and Swedish      
  QP618B To provide a knowledge of foreign languages      
  QP618C To provide knowledge in other school subjects      
  QP618D To develop collaborative skills and a consideration for others      
  QP618E To give pupils the ability to hold their own in competitive situations in society      
  QP618F To teach pupils to think critically and to judge things for themselves      
  QP618G To teach pupils to obey their parents, teachers and other adults      
  QP618H To provide knowledge about the conditions that pertain in working life      
  QP618I To select pupils who have the ability to continue in higher education      
  QP618J To provide a basic competency in maths and Swedish      
  QP618K To provide a knowledge of foreign languages      
  QP618L To provide knowledge in other school subjects      
  QP618M To develop collaborative skills and a consideration for others      
  QP618N To give pupils the ability to hold their own in competitive situations in society      
  QP618O To teach pupils to think critically and to judge things for themselves      
  QP618P To teach pupils to obey their parents, teachers and other adults      
  QP618Q To provide knowledge about the conditions that pertain in working life      
  QP618R To select pupils who have the ability to continue in higher education