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ERIC Number: ED015310
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Jun
Pages: 7
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PARENT REPORT AFTER SECOND YEAR'S OPERATION. COOPERATIVE SCHOOL-REHABILITATION CENTER SPECIAL REPORTS, NUMBER 3.
HENZE, RICHARD; MEISSNER, ANN
IN MAY 1967, 64 OF 94 PARENTS OF STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE COOPERATIVE SCHOOL REHABILITATION CENTER REPORTED THEIR REACTIONS AND OBSERVATIONS ON THEIR STUDENT'S PROGRESS. FORTY-FOUR PARENTS REPORTED CHANGES AND 20 REPORTED NO CHANGES IN STUDENT'S ROUTINE ACTIVITIES AT HOME SUCH AS EATING HABITS, SLEEPING HOURS, AND DRESSING OR GROOMING ACTIVITIES. THE CHANGE OR DEVELOPMENT IN LEISURE TIME ACTIVITIES, HOBBIES, OR SOCIAL RELATIONS MOST FREQUENTLY NOTED WAS STUDENT'S TALKING MORE WITH OTHER PEOPLE. ALL EXCEPT TWO PARENTS HAD NOTICED STUDENT'S INCREASED OR CONTINUED INTEREST IN JOBS AND WORK. FIFTY-THREE SAID THERE HAD BEEN NO PROBLEMS IN GETTING HIM TO COME OR TO MAINTAIN INTEREST IN ATTENDING SCHOOL. WORK WAS THE AREA OR ASPECT OF THE PROGRAM STUDENTS LIKED MOST. INCREASED MATURITY AND BETTER COMMUNICATIONS WERE THE RECURRING THEMES OF PARENT COMMENT ON STUDENT BEHAVIOR AND EXPERIENCE DURING THE PAST FEW MONTHS. IN GENERAL, PARENTS FELT THAT THE SCHOOL EXPERIENCE HAD BEEN A POSITIVE, MATURING, AND SATISFYING FEATURE OF THE CHILD'S LIFE. (PS)
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Authoring Institution: Educational Research and Development Council of the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn.
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