Survey Results Overview by zxj17332

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									Project Diploma Survey Results Broken Out by Sample Segments
  #                                  Factor Legend
  1   Lack of parental support and/or encouragement
  2   Desire to not move away from home
  3   Pressure to take over the family business
  4   Pressure to help family with financial responsibilities
  5   Lack of financial resources/assistance to pay for higher education
  6   Unfamiliarity with available financial aid and the application process
  7   Desire for immediate short-term material possessions
  8   Tendency to repeat what you see done around you
  9   Education not seen as a prerequisite for success
 10   Lack of professional career aspirations
 11   Limited support network regarding career decisions
 12   Unfamiliarity with professional environments and career options
 13   Negative perception regarding education
 14   Belief that they aren’t “supposed” to pursue higher education
 15   Mistrust and frustration with teachers and the learning process
 16   Unclear understanding of potential educational benefits
 17   Lack of visible educated role models in the community
 18   Unclear understanding of post-secondary lifestyle and demands
 19   Low self-confidence in ability to successfully pursue higher education
 20   Weak academic track record eliminates opportunity
 21   Unfamiliarity with the post-secondary application process
 22   Lack of motivation
 23   Peer pressure
 24   Fear of failure
 25   Fear of not getting a job upon graduation from college / university
 26   Fear of having too much debt upon graduation from college/university
 27   Teenage pregnancy
 28   Enrollment in non-academic program eliminates opportunity
 29   Difficulties and struggles associated with learning disabilities



                                                                               Sample   #           Decision Factors             Decision Factors             Decision Factors             Decision Factors             Decision Factors             Decision Factors             Decision Factors
                     Description of Observation Group                           Size    >3    1       2       3      4     5       6       7      8     9      10      11      12   13      14      15      16   17      18      19      20   21      22      23      24   25      26      27      28   29
      By Type of Respondent
                    All High School Students                                    420     13   3.38   2.30    2.14   2.92   3.45   2.87    2.62   2.33   2.81   2.92    3.08   2.92   3.02   2.35    3.02   2.86   2.73   3.01    3.41   3.69   2.84   3.13    2.83   3.39   3.25   3.26    3.02   2.91   2.67
                    All University/College Students                             130     21   4.08   2.06    2.34   3.42   3.93   3.27    3.53   3.52   3.53   3.39    3.72   3.38   3.10   2.32    3.12   3.18   3.53   3.25    3.63   3.86   2.43   3.47    3.36   3.29   2.98   3.36    2.43   2.93   2.75
                    All Educators                                               120     22   4.08   2.16    2.37   3.56   3.94   3.33    3.35   3.47   3.20   3.43    3.30   3.29   3.21   2.53    2.73   3.39   3.54   3.19    3.66   4.18   2.52   3.88    3.54   3.30   2.45   3.07    2.59   3.36   3.04
                    All Other Profiles (I.e. parent)                            118     21   3.91   2.22    2.60   3.06   4.01   3.40    3.26   2.97   3.24   3.37    3.56   3.36   3.08   2.19    3.05   3.39   3.18   3.30    3.47   3.82   2.62   3.47    3.26   3.14   2.92   3.27    2.73   3.01   2.60
                    Total Overall Average                                       788     20   3.68   2.23    2.28   3.12   3.69   3.08    2.98   2.80   3.05   3.14    3.29   3.12   3.07   2.35    3.00   3.08   3.06   3.12    3.50   3.81   2.69   3.36    3.09   3.32   3.04   3.24    2.82   3.00   2.73

      By Plans of High School Students
                     University                                                 147     17    3.67  2.36  2.42  3.14  3.78  2.88  2.48  2.38  2.81  2.94  3.17  3.01  3.22  2.52  3.14  2.99  2.92  3.16  3.70  3.95  2.77  3.38  3.16  3.52  3.31  3.39  3.20  3.09  2.75
                     College                                                    116     8     3.32  2.32  1.91  2.78  3.22  2.78  2.66  2.22  2.79  2.78  2.97  2.80  2.75  2.19  2.83  2.82  2.58  2.80  3.20  3.53  2.91  2.92  2.55  3.25  3.25  3.16  3.05  2.82  2.72
                     Full Time Work                                              26     7     2.46  2.46  1.92  2.77  3.00  3.00  2.81  2.31  2.46  3.00  2.44  2.64  3.28  2.67  3.13  2.79  2.58  2.92  3.21  3.04  2.54  2.71  2.63  3.17  3.13  3.17  2.33  2.54  2.54
                     Unsure                                                      90     14    3.33  2.25  2.07  2.81  3.42  3.01  2.56  2.49  2.90  2.98  3.27  3.19  3.04  2.36  3.05  2.76  2.67  3.10  3.47  3.57  3.00  3.15  2.64  3.34  3.25  3.26  2.99  2.89  2.64
                     Unknown                                                     41     11    3.20  2.05  2.05  2.80  3.32  2.65  3.02  2.17  2.90  3.07  3.07  2.51  2.88  1.93  3.07  2.78  2.65  2.90  3.00  3.83  2.76  3.05  2.93  3.54  3.12  3.12  2.80  2.72  2.39
                     Total High School Students                                 420     0    ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### #####

      By Programs of High School Students
                   Academic                                                     241     14    3.50  2.34  2.25  2.98  3.64  2.95  2.45  2.37  2.80  2.95  3.13  3.06  3.07  2.35  3.10  2.91  2.82  3.07  3.55  3.84  2.86  3.28  2.95  3.52  3.32  3.36  3.11  2.97  2.75
                   Applied                                                      122     8     3.21  2.30  1.96  2.82  3.11  2.75  2.76  2.33  2.79  2.87  3.04  2.85  3.00  2.52  2.86  2.79  2.61  2.90  3.31  3.39  2.81  2.95  2.58  3.06  3.15  3.12  2.96  2.87  2.61
                   Essential                                                     16     11    3.31  2.38  2.06  3.06  3.60  3.00  3.06  2.25  2.94  2.53  2.73  2.40  2.93  2.00  3.00  2.86  2.36  3.14  3.21  3.29  3.07  2.50  2.71  3.71  3.36  3.21  2.86  2.71  2.57
                   Unknown                                                       41     11    3.20  2.05  2.05  2.80  3.32  2.65  3.02  2.17  2.90  3.07  3.07  2.51  2.88  1.93  3.07  2.78  2.65  2.90  3.00  3.83  2.76  3.05  2.93  3.54  3.12  3.12  2.80  2.72  2.39
                   Total High school Students                                   420     0    ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### #####

      By Program of High School Students Who are UNSURE of their plans
                    Academic                                               52           16    3.31  2.35  2.08  2.56  3.46  3.02  2.46  2.52  2.88  3.02  3.40  3.25  2.98  2.31  3.14  2.82  2.69  3.10  3.27  3.69  3.13  3.27  2.71  3.61  3.49  3.35  3.12  2.94  2.76
                    Applied                                                36           14    3.40  2.14  2.06  3.26  3.29  3.06  2.74  2.51  2.97  3.00  3.17  3.17  3.17  2.49  2.89  2.77  2.74  3.14  3.74  3.50  2.86  3.08  2.61  3.11  3.03  3.19  2.89  2.86  2.47
                    Essential                                              2            3     2.50  1.50  2.00  1.50  4.50  2.00  2.00  1.50  2.00  1.50  1.50  2.00  2.50  1.50  3.50  1.00  1.00  2.50  3.50  2.00  2.50  1.50  1.50  1.00  1.50  2.50  1.50  2.00  2.50
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                    Total High School Students Who are UNSURE of their plans0           0    ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### #####

      By Plans of High students who are in the ACADEMIC Program
                     University                                                 135     18    3.68  2.35  2.42  3.17  3.83  2.93  2.47  2.34  2.77  2.93  3.15  3.04  3.23  2.46  3.13  3.01  2.95  3.19  3.72  3.95  2.74  3.38  3.17  3.52  3.28  3.33  3.21  3.10  2.77
                     College                                                     51     8     3.33  2.24  1.96  2.82  3.29  2.96  2.45  2.37  2.80  2.90  2.88  2.92  2.71  2.10  2.98  2.84  2.67  2.81  3.40  3.79  3.00  3.02  2.56  3.46  3.40  3.46  2.90  2.70  2.74
                     Full Time Work                                              3      5     1.33  3.33  2.33  4.00  4.33  3.00  1.67  1.00  2.33  3.00  1.67  2.67  3.00  2.00  3.00  1.67  2.00  1.33  3.00  2.33  1.67  3.33  3.00  2.67  1.33  3.33  1.67  2.00  2.00
                     Unsure                                                      52     16    3.31  2.35  2.08  2.56  3.46  3.02  2.46  2.52  2.88  3.02  3.40  3.25  2.98  2.31  3.14  2.82  2.69  3.10  3.27  3.69  3.13  3.27  2.71  3.61  3.49  3.35  3.12  2.94  2.76
                     Total High School Students in the ACADEMIC Program         241     0    ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### #####

      By Plans of High students who are in the APPLIED Program
                     University                                                  12     15   3.58    2.42  2.50  2.83  3.25  2.42  2.58  2.75  3.25  3.00  3.42  2.67  3.08  3.17  3.17  2.83  2.58  2.75  3.42  3.92  3.08  3.42  3.00  3.50  3.67  4.08  3.08  3.00  2.50
                     College                                                     57     6    3.28    2.30  1.74  2.56  3.02  2.54  2.77  2.05  2.65  2.68  3.02  2.70  2.75  2.28  2.68  2.77  2.54  2.70  3.09  3.23  2.81  2.88  2.46  2.93  3.00  2.80  3.09  2.86  2.64
                     Full Time Work                                              17     10   2.35    2.53  2.12  2.76  2.94  3.06  2.88  2.59  2.59  3.12  2.59  2.82  3.41  2.94  3.18  2.88  2.59  3.18  3.12  3.35  2.53  2.59  2.59  3.06  3.53  3.35  2.59  2.82  2.88
                     Unsure                                                      36     14   3.40    2.14  2.06  3.26  3.29  3.06  2.74  2.51  2.97  3.00  3.17  3.17  3.17  2.49  2.89  2.77  2.74  3.14  3.74  3.50  2.86  3.08  2.61  3.11  3.03  3.19  2.89  2.86  2.47
                     Total High School Students in the APPLIED Program          122     1    3.21   ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### #####

      By Mode of Taking Survey
                    Hand Collected                                              274     22    3.93  2.12  2.43  3.19  3.84  3.23  3.37  3.11  3.31  3.39  3.49  3.20  3.07  2.24  3.03  3.23  3.28  3.20  3.47  3.87  2.57  3.42  3.31  3.27  2.96  3.17  2.62  3.15  2.76
                    Online                                                       52     21    4.06  2.17  2.37  3.37  3.94  3.31  3.75  3.52  3.42  3.46  3.92  3.69  3.31  2.42  3.35  3.44  3.58  3.37  3.88  4.04  2.71  3.71  3.38  3.52  2.94  3.42  2.27  2.63  2.71
                    School Distribution                                         462     13    3.50  2.30  2.17  3.05  3.58  2.98  2.66  2.53  2.86  2.96  3.10  3.01  3.05  2.40  2.94  2.95  2.86  3.04  3.47  3.75  2.76  3.27  2.93  3.33  3.08  3.25  3.00  3.00  2.73
                    Total Overall Average of Survey Respondants                 788     0    ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### #####

								
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