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Nontraditional Student Survey - Fall 1997

Results - Children

Students were asked to indicate if they had any children 12 years or younger living with them and the extent to which they were currently having problems with finding quality child care.

  • 18% reported having children 12 or younger living with them.
  • Of these 56% reported "some" or "major" problems with finding quality child care in the evening and 43% with finding quality child care on weekends.

Table H

Are you currently having any problems with:
(1=no problems 2=some problems 3=major problems)

Ordered from highest to lowest average problem score

Item Percent who degree of problem is Mean Problem Score
None Some Major
In the evenings 44% 48% 8% 1.6
In weekends 56% 35% 8% 1.5
After school 87% 13% 0% 1.1
In the daytime 92% 8% 0% 1.1

Last revision 05/02/16



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