Survey and Interview Research

Surveys and interviews are important tools in understanding needs and opinions of stakeholders. Brodsky Research has conducted numerous surveys with parents, child care providers, community representatives, and other stakeholders. Our areas of expertise include:

  • Development of valid survey and interview instruments, inclulding developing protocols, piloting questions, and conducting background research.
  • Implementation of surveys, including identifying recipients, statistical sampling, disseminating surveys, and collecting results.
  • Conducting interviews and focus groups.
  • Analysis of survey and interview results using advanced quantitative and qualitative data analysis techniques. 

Project Examples

Early Intervention System Equity Analysis

The mission of the Center for Equity and Excellence is to create inclusive  environments and to ensure equity and social justice at all levels of society. The Center is examining issues of…

Navajo Nation Market Rate Survey

The Navajo Nation Division of Social Services, Department of Child Care and Development, in Window Rock, Arizona, supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance and promotes…

Colorado Child Care Market Rate Study

Federal regulations require states to conduct a child care market rate survey every three years as a condition of receiving federal dollars from the Child Care and Development…

Volunteers of America Southwest Community Needs Assessment

Volunteers of America Southwest (VOA Southwest) provides innovative, results-oriented programming using a therapeutic care and educational approach. VOA Southwest offers programs for vulnerable individuals and families including addiction recovery services, veterans’ services, K-8 charter schools, mental health services,…

Head Start Community Needs Assessment

Brodsky Research conducted a comprehensive community needs assessment for Adams County Head Start as part of a federally mandated requirement. This report evaluated needs among the Head Start-eligible…

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