Date of Award
Open Access Thesis
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Marie E Bell
The purpose of this research was to explore parental satisfaction with CTARS, an early intervention program, housed in an elementary in South East Minneapolis. The study also examined whether there was a. Relationship between parental satisfaction and improved child’s school performance. Finally, the study identified resilient attributes in children within this program. The research focused on parents of 5th grade students who participated in CTARS during the 1994-95 academic school year. The research design included both qualitative and quantitative methods. A questionnaire was developed and distributed to 24 parents. Findings indicate that, parental participation and satisfaction with CTARS does positively influence their child’s overall school performance. Findings also identified eight resilient attributes identified in 72% of the children. Implication for social work practice in the areas of education, program planning and development are discussed.
Oelze, Kathy A., "Exploring the Relationship Between Parental Satisfaction with CTARS and Improving Child's School Performance and to Identity the Resilient Attributes in These Children" (1996). Theses and Graduate Projects. 782.