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What do parents think about the education system?

27 January, 2021 | 
Pureprofile 

Originally published: The Educator, 25 January 2021

As Term 1 nears, a new national survey has revealed key insights from parents about their children’s schooling.

School tutoring service Cluey Learning – in collaboration with Pureprofile – surveyed more than 1,000 people during 3-8 December 2020. The sample size was nationally representative amongst parents of school children from Kinder to Years 12 in Australia.

According to the findings, 85% of parents surveyed agree their children’s clothing and accessories reflect their personalities, with 93% claiming to buy toys and games that appeal to their child’s personal interests. Eighty-six percent of parents admit their children only participate in extra-curricular activities that are of interest to them.

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