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Study Report

Study Number: QD-025-016-1-2-United States-NCES-2001

Subject Area: Education Attitudes and Behavior

Bibliographic Citation: National household education survey (NHES), 2001: before and after-school programs and activities (ASPA).  [machine-readable data file] / U.S. Department of Education. National Center for Education Statistics  [principal investigator(s)] / Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics  [distributor].

Originating Archive Number: ASPA2001

Date Accessioned: 8/22/2006

Number of Files Received: 0

Comments: This study is included in the NCES2004-100, National Household Education Surveys Program CD-Rom. SPSS setup program files are in the SPSSprog folder on the CD-ROM. They can be used to read in the data files in the DataFiles folder. An ECB program is available from this CD-Rom but it is not installed on the public-use PCs. For more information about the National Household Eduation Survey, check out this link.

Access Status: Unrestricted

Date Ordered: 7/15/2006

Documentation: Machine-readable document files are in Microsoft Word and PDF format. They can be found in \manuals\2001\ directory of the NCES2004-100 CD-Rom.

Abstract: The National Household Education Surveys Program (NHES) was developed by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and incorporates random digit dial (RDD) telephone surveys of households in the United States. The 2001 administration (NHES:2001) was conducted by Westat from January 2 through April 14, 2001. In the NHES:2001 Screener, household members were enumerated and demographic and educational information that determined eligibility for the surveys was collected. This survey involved interviews with the parents or guardians of children enrolled in kindergarten through 8th grade, up to age 15. Data are collected about enrollment in school, school characteristics and experiences, before and after-school arrangements, programs and activities and self-care. Parents of homeschoolers were asked questions about reasons for schooling their children at home and support from their public school or district.

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