Parent Satisfaction with Marshall University’s Summer Enrichment Program : Years Four and Five
Date of Award
College of Education
Type of Degree
The current study was used to determine the level of parent satisfaction at the Marshall University Graduate College Summer Enrichment Program. This study was a replication of three previous studies (Lattimore, 2003; Warenburg, 2005; Pulliam, 2006). Data of parent satisfaction was collected using surveys from two summers, 2007 and 2008. Analysis using an ANOVA determined all variables were significant except perceived academic progress. A second analysis determined level of parental involvement was the best indicator of parent satisfaction (p = .001) followed by parent satisfaction with staff (p = .002), and reading tutoring (p = .031). A Post Hoc analysis was used to analyze differences between levels of parent involvement. Differences were found at levels one and two, and levels one and five.
Education - Evaluation
Summer schools - Evaluation
Legg, Kimberly D., "Parent Satisfaction with Marshall University’s Summer Enrichment Program : Years Four and Five" (2009). Theses, Dissertations and Capstones. 121.
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