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The Resource Fast Response Survey System (FRSS): Elementary School Arts Education Survey, Fall 2009

Fast Response Survey System (FRSS): Elementary School Arts Education Survey, Fall 2009

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Fast Response Survey System (FRSS): Elementary School Arts Education Survey, Fall 2009
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Fast Response Survey System (FRSS): Elementary School Arts Education Survey, Fall 2009
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The Fast Response Survey System (FRSS) was established in 1975 by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), United States Department of Education. FRSS is designed to collect issue-oriented data within a relatively short time frame. FRSS collects data from state education agencies, local education agencies, public and private elementary and secondary schools, public school teachers, and public libraries. To ensure minimal burden on respondents, the surveys are generally limited to three pages of questions, with a response burden of about 30 minutes per respondent. Sample sizes are relatively small (usually about 1,000 to 1,500 respondents per survey) so that data collection can be completed quickly. Data are weighted to produce national estimates of the sampled education sector. The sample size is large enough to permit limited breakouts by classification variables. However, as the number of categories within the classification variables increases, the sample size within categories decreases, which results in larger sampling errors for the breakouts by classification variables. The Elementary School Arts Education Survey, Fall 2009 data provide national estimates on student access to arts education and resources available for such instruction in public elementary schools during fall 2009. This is one of a set of seven surveys that collected data on arts education during the 2009-10 school year. In addition to this survey, the set includes a survey of secondary school principals, three elementary teacher-level surveys, and two secondary teacher-level surveys. A stratified sample design was used to select principals for this survey. Data collection was conducted September 2009 through June 2010, and 988 eligible principals completed the survey by web, mail, fax, or telephone. The elementary school survey collected data on the availability and characteristics of music, visual arts, dance, and drama/theatre instruction; the type of space used for arts instruction; the availability of curriculum guides for arts teachers to follow; the availability of curriculum-based arts education activities outside of regular school hours; and whether those teaching the subject are arts specialists. Principals also reported on school or district provision of teacher professional development in the arts; arts education programs, activities, and events; and school-community partnerships. Principals were also asked to provide administrative information such as school instructional level, school enrollment size, community type, and percent of students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch
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United States Department of Education. Institute of Education Sciences. National Center for Education Statistics
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Fast Response Survey System (FRSS): Elementary School Arts Education Survey, Fall 2009
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  • 2009--2010
  • 36067
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ICPSR36067.v2
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Fast Response Survey System (FRSS): Elementary School Arts Education Survey, Fall 2009
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  • 2009--2010
  • 36067
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ICPSR36067.v2
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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