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I don't know, the questions look pretty generic. What are you really trying
to find out? The teacher might think it's too long and not want to go to
the trouble because her/his time is so limited.
Suggestion: I would ask for a name and phone number and then with just a
sampling or taking the focus group approach, I would do a follow-up phone
call or invite some of the teachers to the museum to discuss some of the
questions at length. It's a great way to start a teacher advisory board and
make solid contacts in the community.
What information does your board want? Why is it setting this requirement?
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