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K-12 School Surveys Become Faster with New SoGoSurvey Sample Surveys
Date:9/9/2013

Herndon, VA (PRWEB) September 10, 2013

SoGoSurvey, a leading provider of online survey software, is pleased to announce the availability of a dedicated set of field-tested K-12 school surveys that school administrators can deploy immediately to conduct their 2013-2014 school surveys.

“A lot of schools we talk to are nervous about conducting their own surveys because they’re not sure what questions to ask. Now they don’t have to do the research to come up with their own questions. They can sign up quickly and start collecting quality data right away,” said Haris Azmi, chief marketing officer.

Many schools use surveys to start a dialogue with parents, students, and teachers with the goal of creating a positive school environment. Surveys are also used to inform the community about critical school issues such as bullying and parental roles and responsibilities. However, most schools leadership teams are busy focusing on educating children, with limited time and expertise to devote to reaching out and engaging with the community.

To help educators begin that daunting process, SoGoSurvey has made available 17 types of school surveys that assess key areas of school performance. All the questions have been extensively researched to eliminate response bias, and have been used in real school surveys. Principals, district staff, school boards, and parent-teacher associations can use these pre-written questions to conduct climate surveys, school safety surveys, teacher engagement surveys, and more.

To use the school survey samples, clients sign up for SoGoSurvey and the surveys are available immediately in their Survey Bank. They can then tailor the questions and look and feel of the survey to the needs of their school.

For special studies or surveys not available in the Survey Bank, schools can create their own instruments in the software or use SoGoSurvey’s Survey Design Service. To use the ser
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