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Private school research study

New study in the works looking at how parents choose private schools

The study

Our Kids has been approached by Jean-François Nault, PhD student in the Department of Sociology at the University of Toronto, who is conducting research on how parents approach school choice. He’d like to hear from you regarding how you choose a private school for your child, and which main factors you use to make this decision.

Participation

Participation involves a 60-90 minute interview at a time and location of your convenience. All information will be kept strictly confidential.

Benefits of participating in the study

  • You will have the chance to discuss your decision-making process and share your experience.
  • You’ll  be able to ask questions and gain insight from someone conducting cutting-edge research on the school choice process.
  • At the end of the study, you’ll receive a summary report highlighting how other parents choosing private schools in Toronto approach this decision.

Contact

If you are interested in sharing your experience, or would like more information, please contact:

Jean-François Nault at jf.na[email protected]

Jean-François Nault, PhD Student

Department of Sociology, University of Toronto

[email protected] | 647-239-6911

 

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