Parent's Opinions of How the School Affects Their Cystic Fibrosis Child
Date of Graduation
Master of Science in Education in Elementary Education
Childhood Education and Family Studies
Elementary Education and Teaching
This study was conducted to determine the opinions of parents and how the schools affect their cystic fibrosis children. A questionnaire was given to forty parents to complete. Results showed much variability of parents' opinions toward the children's relationship with the teacher, with peers, and the school. There was a lot of agreement on how the school affected their Cystic Fibrosis children's behavior.
© Nancy Lynn Skinner
Skinner, Nancy Lynn, "Parent's Opinions of How the School Affects Their Cystic Fibrosis Child" (1991). MSU Graduate Theses. 463.