The results of a statewide survey of 2,000 adults in the spring of 1985 indicate that Minnesotans are concerned about primary and secondary education and are willing to spend money to improve the schools, especially equal access to quality education. They want schools to be accountable through published results of standardized tests and they reject the concept of open enrollment.
CURA/College of Education Project on The Future of K-12 Public Education in Minnesota.
Craig, William J.; Samaranayaka, Kumarasiri.
1985 Minnesota Citizen Opinions on Public Education and Educational Reform..
Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
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