Value labels for Cohort 1977,
Question 18   What are the most important responsibilities that schools have?

- To provide a basic competency in maths and Swedish

- To provide a basic competency in maths and Swedish

- To provide a knowledge of foreign languages

- To provide a knowledge of foreign languages

- To provide knowledge in other school subjects

- To provide knowledge in other school subjects

- To develop collaborative skills and a consideration for others

- To develop collaborative skills and a consideration for others

- To give pupils the ability to hold their own in competitive situations in society

- To give pupils the ability to hold their own in competitive situations in society

- To teach pupils to think critically and to judge things for themselves

- To teach pupils to think critically and to judge things for themselves

- To teach pupils to obey their parents, teachers and other adults

- To teach pupils to obey their parents, teachers and other adults

- To provide knowledge about the conditions that pertain in working life

- To provide knowledge about the conditions that pertain in working life

- To select pupils who have the ability to continue in higher education

- To select pupils who have the ability to continue in higher education

value description
0 No response
1 The most important responsibility
2 The second most important responsibility
3 The third most important responsibility
4 The fourth most important responsibility
5 The fifth most important responsibility
6 The sixth most important responsibility
7 The seventh most important\nresponsibility
8 The eighth most important responsibility
9 The ninth most important responsibility

List of variables in form with similar value labels:
QP618A   QP618B   QP618C   QP618D   QP618E   QP618F   QP618G   QP618H   QP618I   QP618J   QP618K   QP618L   QP618M   QP618N   QP618O   QP618P   QP618Q   QP618R