What Do Parents Want?

See findings from the Thomas B. Fordham Institute's "What Parents Want" report, which applied market-research principles to parents' priorities for schools.

In an online survey of 2,000 parents in 2012 and subsequent "What Parents Want" report, officials from the Washington-based Thomas B. Fordham Institute applied market-research principles to parents' priorities for schools. Explore the findings, compiled for a special Commentary section on the role of parents in K-12 schools.

What Do Parents Want?

Designed by: Vanessa Solis and Linda Jurkowitz | Source: Thomas B. Fordham Institute

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A version of this article appeared in the November 07, 2013 edition of Education Week