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While FOL does not require surveys or questionnaires (the requirement is to "hear the voices" of constitutions) , often schools and districts want to gather responses from stakeholders.  A number of free or relatively low-cost solutions are available to both help you build appropriately valid and reliable questions but also to tabulate and present results. Others are relatively EXPENSIVE!
 

Survey Monkey says it's single purpose is "to enable anyone to create professional online surveys quickly and easily." They'll do a 10 question with no more than 100 responses for free.
 
Zoomerang has both a free (Basic) and a cost (Pro) version for surveys.
 
Rubrics and OnLine Surveys is an eclectic list developed by Marsha L. Burmeister, EdD, Director of Instructional Technology for the Fischler School of Education and Human Services at Nova Southeastern University. Links to services, forms, and documents. Done in 2004, some of these references may no longer be available.
 
Profiler is an Internet site which can develop ways for you to collect data for a multitude of purposes.
 
SurveySolutions, winner of PC Magazine's Editors' Choice Award, provides everything you need to implement a successful Internet survey at relatively low cost (see their educational discounts). Download a trial version.
 
QuestionPro offers web based software for creating and distributing surveys. It consists of an intuitive wizard interface for creating survey questions, tools for distributing your survey via email or your website, and tools for analyzing and viewing your results. You simply build your survey and email it to a list of potential respondents. QuestionPro will take care collecting and recording the responses. Results are available in real time.
 
School Perceptions was founded to help educational leaders gather and analyze the data necessary to plan and improve. Many student, staff, parent/community, and program/services surveys are available at a cost.
 

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