The P.E.I. Home and School Federation has launched a new survey to get feedback to improve education on the Island.
The survey is intended to gather people's thoughts on everything from bullying and volunteering, to parent-teacher interviews and instructional time.
Owen Parkhouse, past president of the federation, said the Parents as Partners in Education survey will be used to decide what issues the organization should focus on.
"From the survey we'll be able to give ourselves an indication of what topics we should be pursuing as a federation," said Parkhouse. "And I think you could pursue so many topics within education we just want to give ourselves an indication, these are the top two or the top three that we have to focus on now."
It's available online through the federation's website.
The group received close to 700 responses when it did its last survey in 2008.