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Growing up in Kamloops parent survey report
A Kamloops make children first learning initiative project
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
Community-University Research Alliances (CURA)
The Parent Survey research project is a community-university collaboration that involves faculty from the Early Childood Education Program at Thompson Rivers University (TRU). The principal researcher for the Parent Survey is also a researcher with the Mapping Quality of Life and Culture in Small Cities research program, a Community-University Research Alliances (CURA) research grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada. Known as the Small Cities CURA, this research program is involved with various, individual projects that investigate, and then visually and verbally represent the vernacular, the everyday experiences associated with life in small cities. The Small Cities CURA is very interested in the parenting experiences of families in Kamloops, and has provided administrative support for the Growing Up in Kamloops: Parent Survey, and the necessary funds to support additional time for the research group to compile and analyze the data and write the final report.
Parenting -- British Columbia -- Kamloops
Thompson Rivers University Print Services
Kamloops Make Children First has given permission to upload this document to TRUSpace.