Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey 2003

Module: Education

This page lists the questions asked within the Education module in 2003. Clicking on the question name printed to the left of every question will bring you to the tables of results for that question. Publications and further information on Education can be found on the Education Resources page.

EDPRIOR1: Which of these groups would be your highest priority for extra government spending on education?

EDPRIOR2: Which of these groups would be your second highest priority for extra government spending on education?

IMPPRIM1: What is the most useful thing for improving education in primary schools?

IMPPRIM2: What is the next most useful thing for improving education in primary schools?

IMPSEC1: What is the most useful thing for improving education in secondary/grammar schools?

IMPSEC2: What is the next most useful thing for improving education in secondary/grammr schools?

Q11PLUS1: Does the 11+ put too much pressure on 10 and 11 year olds?

Q11PLUS2: Does selection have to happen at some time in a child's education?

Q11PLUS3: Is a system of separate secondary and grammar schools unfair?

Q11PLUS4: Do grammar schools provide the best standard of education?

Q11PLUS5: Does the 11+ system mean that most children feel that they are failures?

Q11PLUS6: Is the 11+ a good measure of ability?

Q11PLUS7: Are children aged 10 or 11 too young for selection tests?

Q11PLUS8: Do children not at grammar school still get a first class education?

CHANGE11: Does the 11+ and then secondary/grammar school system work?

GRAMOR11: Change 11+ test, the secondary/grammar school system, or both?

SEXEDUC: What role shoulds schools have in sex education?

SEXED1 - SEXED15 Topics that should be covered in school sex education classes

PRIORNUR: Should disadvantaged children be given priority when there is a shortage of nursery school places?

FUNDIMP: If schools were better funded, would the educational standard of children improve?

NURSCH3: Should all 3 year olds in Northern Ireland automatically get a place at nursery school?

PROBRESP: Should parents of children who cause problems at school be held responsible?

SEMARRLF: Does sex education help young people prepare for married life?

SEDECSNS: Does sex education help young people make informed decisions about their lives?

SEPROM: Does sex education encourages experimentation and promiscuity?

TEENPRG1: Agree or disagree that teenage girls who want to get on in life donít usually become teenage mothers?

TEENPRG2: Agree or disagree that many teenage mothers simply have babies because they want someone to love?

TEENPRG3: Agree or disagree that one of the main causes of teenage pregnancy is the lack of morals among young people?

TEENPRG4: Agree or disagree that people in Northern Ireland are far too tolerant of teenage pregnancies?

TEENPRG5: Agree or disagree that teenage girls living in run down areas are more likely to become teenage mothers?

TEENPRG6: Agree or disagree that if a teenage couple aged 17 or older are in a stable relationship, thereís nothing wrong with them having a child?

TEENPRG7: Agree or disagree that teenage pregnancy isnít really that much of a problem in N Ireland?

TEENPRG8: Agree or disagree that a teenager can be just as good a parent as someone who is older?

TEENPRG9: Agree or disagree that there would be fewer teenage pregnancies if sex education at school gave more advice about sex, relationships and contraception?




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