As part of a broader marketing effort by the Omaha Public Schools (OPS), Omaha residents were surveyed by telephone during April 30-May 6, (parent) and May 19-27, 1987 (taxpayer). The survey was intended to identify respondents' perceptions about the Omaha public school system. This report presents the results of the survey. The information and analysis provided should prove useful to interested citizens, board members, and district personnel as they plan the future of Omaha's public schools.
(CPAR), Center for Public Affairs Research, "Omaha Public Schools: Opinion Survey of a Parent and Taxpayer Group" (1987). Publications Archives, 1963-2000. 300.