Learning Support Client Satisfaction Survey

Publication Details

The Ministry of Education carries out satisfaction surveys of parents and educators about our specialist learning support core services.

Our core services are:

  • early intervention
  • behaviour
  • communication
  • Ongoing Resourcing Scheme (ORS)

This survey helps us identify what we can do better and how we are performing against our service promise and targets.

Author(s): Evidence, Data and Knowledge Group [Ministry of Education]

Date Published: Varies

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    This report presents findings from the 2016 Client Satisfaction Survey.

    Author(s): Evidence, Data and Knowledge Group, Ministry of Education.

    Date Published: August 2017

  • 2015 Client Satisfaction Survey

    This report presents findings from the 2015 Special Education Client Satisfaction Survey.

    Author(s): Evidence, Data and Knowledge Group [Ministry of Education]

    Date Published: September 2016

  • Learning Support Client Satisfaction Survey

    The Ministry of Education carries out satisfaction surveys of parents and educators about our specialist learning support core services.

    Author(s): Evidence, Data and Knowledge, Ministry of Education.

    Date Published: Various

  • 2013 Client Satisfaction Survey

    This report presents findings from the 2013 Special Education Client Satisfaction Survey.

    Author(s): Research Division [Ministry of Education]

    Date Published: Varies

  • 2012 Client Satisfaction Survey

    This report presents a summary of the findings from the 2012 CSS.

    Author(s): Luke Smith, Megan Lee, Carin Sundstedt - Research Division [Ministry of Education]

    Date Published: February 2013

  • 2011 Client Satisfaction Survey

    This report presents a summary of the findings from the 2011 CSS, and discusses potential improvements to the design of the CSS, in order to ensure the findings from subsequent surveys are as meaningful and useful as possible.

    Author(s): Luke Smith - Research Division [Ministry of Education]

    Date Published: August 2011

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