Mrs. F

Asked March 26, 2018, 4:48 PM EDT

My school sends a survey to parents twice a year asking to rate our school on quality of education, environment, security, etc. We like the paper format since it provides parents with anonymity and ease if access. However, I’m in charge of compiling all the responses and creating a graph for later analysis by the administration and it’s a tedious job counting all surveys manually. My question to you is: is there a machine that would scan sheets of regular paper to make counting totals easier. Please help!!!

Union County New Jersey

1 Response

Hi Mrs F,

Sadly, not that I am aware of. Can you by chance recruit any students to assist you? It could be part of a math/stats class, although I can see not wanting any students to have early access.

You can set up services like survey monkey or google forms so that they are anonymous.