Student engagement, program quality, and high school transition:
A case study of Hanover School Division


To All Grade 12 Students and Past Graduates Within Five Years of Graduating from HSD!

We would like to gather your views on your experiences as a student in Hanover School Division.

A research project is being conducted by Dr. Dawn C. Wallis from the University of Manitoba. The title of the project is, Student engagement, program quality, and high school transition: A case study of Hanover School Division.

The purpose of the study is to find out how well Hanover School Division is preparing its students to enter the world of work, post-secondary education, and/or community or civic life.

You can choose to complete an online survey that would take about 15-20 minutes of your time, and/or you can choose to be interviewed personally for an hour to express your views.

All who decide to participate will have their names put forward in a draw for an iPad Mini that will be drawn on October 15, 2013!

The study is completely anonymous and confidential, and you can withdraw from the study at any time.

The results of this study will be used to provide Hanover School Division with opportunities to celebrate, extend and improve the educational services it provides to students across the division. It may also be used for presentation and publication purposes.

If you are interested in learning more about the study or potentially participating, please contact:

Dr. Dawn C. Wallin at
dawn.wallin@ad.umanitoba.ca
or
Alysha Sloane at alysha_sloane@umanitoba.ca


This research has been approved by the Education/Nursing Research Ethics Board. It there are any concerns or complaints about this project contact any of the above named persons or the Human Ethics Secretariat at 204-474-7122, or email margaret_bowman@umanitoba.ca.