This Q1 pie chart represents the counting this year,how many years has the teachers taught.263 teachers with 20 or more year's experience.198 teachers with with 0-5 year’s experience.127 teachers with 11-15 year’s experience.120 teachers with 6-10 year’s experience.53 teachers with 16-19 years experience.The surveys have proven to give a direction to the needs of the investigative questions. Finding that most individuals already have a masters degree has proven that the new regulations for a higher education has little affect on the current teachers who already possess a master’s in education. Those that are currently enrolled in school, and are working on a master’s degree will struggle more so due to the fact that they will need to redirect their whole program to accommodate the new regulations. Surveys have shown that the students that do not have or are not working on masters will probably not proceed with a master’s degree for education based on issues such as financial cost or family responsibility.Based only on the response strategies and in terms of measurement questions I do believe the survey was appropriate for the information needed. When determining measurement questions there can be pre-designed or custom designed questions and for what the school needed at that moment, these questions used both designs to establish an overall conclusion on the potential issues that could arise with mandating a higher education for teachers. Understanding the response strategies on this survey will allow the school to determine an effective plan for the teachers to meet the new requirements in Ohio to have their Master's Degree. It is after this that a type of pilot testing can be done to determine the specific details and objectives to accomplish their goals.