Public Awareness and Views of K-12 Online Learning in Michigan 2014

Abstract

Public Awareness and Views of K-12 Online Learning in Michigan 2014From September 19 to September 21, 2014, Public Sector Consultants conducted a telephone poll with 800 adult residents of Michigan to get their opinions about online learning opportunities for public school students in Michigan.

The poll included 480 landline and 320 cell phone respondents and has an overall margin of error of +/- 3.5% at a 95% confidence level. To control for potential bias, the sample was monitored to ensure adequate numbers of respondents in certain subgroups (particularly for respondents age 18-35). Post-stratification weights were applied for gender, race, age, income, and educational attainment using American Community Survey estimates of Michigan’s population.

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