2008 Survey of Canadian Attitudes Toward Learning (SCAL)

Results for learning throughout the lifespan:

The annual Survey of Canadian Attitudes toward Learning (SCAL) provides a unique opportunity to gauge the opinions, perceptions, and beliefs of Canadians about various aspects of learning in Canada.

Now in its third year, the survey was designed by the Canadian Council on Learning (CCL) in consultation with Statistics Canada, which administered the survey on behalf of CCL.

SCAL data were collected in April and May 2008. Results are based on telephone interviews with 5,488 Canadians aged 18 to 74. All respondents had previously participated in Statistics Canada's Labour Force Survey. Canadians living in institutions, on reserves, or in the northern territories were not included in the sample.

Note: The analyses and opinions expressed in CCL publications related to SCAL are solely those of the Canadian Council on Learning.

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