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School Questionnaire. National Research Coordinators Meeting Windsor, June 2008. Content of the presentation. Field trial participation Field trial results Draft questionnaire for the MS. FT participation. Schools in survey 718 Schools with quest. data 682

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School questionnaire

School Questionnaire

National Research Coordinators Meeting Windsor, June 2008


Content of the presentation
Content of the presentation

  • Field trial participation

  • Field trial results

  • Draft questionnaire for the MS


Ft participation
FT participation

  • Schools in survey 718

  • Schools with quest. data 682

  • NA 36

    [DPC data]


Ft participation1
FT participation

  • 26 countries > 85%

  • 2 countries 85-80%

  • 3 countries < 80%

    [FT Analysis Report Part II, Table 25]


Principal characteristics
Principal characteristics

  • Gender

    • Overall percentage: males 65%.

    • Gender distribution varies across countries (male principals from 25% to 100%)

      [T 29]

  • Age

    • Two first categories collapsed

      [T 28]


Scale reliability
Scale reliability

  • Pooled sample

  • School autonomy (Q4)

    • Two dimensions confirmed (EFA)

    • SCAUTMAN1 α .81

    • SCAUTEDU α .79

    • Increased reliability: item a dropped

    • Item j to be reworded


Scale reliability1
Scale reliability

  • Participation in school governance (Q5)

    • Only one dimension (EFA)

    • SCTPART α .85

    • Increased reliability: item e dropped


Scale reliability2
Scale reliability

  • Student opportunity for participation in community STOPACT (Q6)

    α .82

    • To report single items for descriptive purposes

  • Parents participation - (Q8)

    α .73

    • To report selected single items instead of scale scores


Scale reliability3
Scale reliability

  • Importance given to student opinion CSTUDIMP (Q10)

    α .82

    • To be deleted: not appropriate to target grade students (also in TcQ)

  • Student respect for school’s rules CSTURULE (Q11)

    α .86

    • Minor changes in wording


Scale reliability4
Scale reliability

  • Sense of belonging to the school (Q12)

    • Three-dimensional structure confirmed (EFA)

    • TCBELONG α .85

    • STBELONG α .84

    • NTBELONG α .88


Scale reliability5
Scale reliability

  • Issues of social tension – local area COMSOCT (Q14)

    α .89

    - changes in wording

    - two items added (from Q15)

  • Issues of social tension – inside the school SCHPROB (Q15)

    α .81

    [to be added to the TcQ]


Other questions
Other questions

  • Students’ participation in school elections (Q 7)

    • High percentages of missing answers

    • However important – keep in

    • Minor changes in wording

  • Resources available in the local area (Q13)

    • Items to be reported as single items

    • Minor changes in wording


  • Implementation of CCE at school (Q16) [T 30]

    • Overlapping between answers

    • Consistency with NCS

  • Aims of CCE (Q17) [T 31]

    • Different patterns across countries

    • Proposal: same as in TcQ (ex Q23-24)

  • Responsibility for CCE (Q18) [T 32]

    • Differences across and within countries


Proposed scq for the ms
Proposed ScQ for the MS

  • Same sections

  • Same number of questions (22 instead of 23)

  • Minor changes based on FT results

  • Changes in wording according to NRCs comments (NAFs)

  • Additional explanatory notes included


Proposed scq for the ms1
Proposed ScQ for the MS

  • Some additional changes

    • Q5 and Q6 (MS draft): order of the categories to be reversed



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