A: There are three parts to the survey: General Facility Information, Facility Expenditure and Revenue, and Measurement of the Facility & Instructional Spaces. The General Facility Information, ideally completed by an administrator, asks a series of factual and perception questions about the school facility; such as number of students served, whether the school shares space, the quality of the school's air, electrical, and plumbing, and whether there are any unused or underutilized district facilities nearby. Facility Expenditure and Revenue, to be completed by a business manager or network administrator, asks about the schools capital expenditure and method of funding. In some states schools will also be asked about access to local or state funding programs or the school's access to facility grants. Measurement of the Facility & Instructional Spaces will be conducted by a representative from the state's charter support organization (CSO) and will include the measurement (using a laser measuring device or blue prints) of all instructional spaces. No administrative spaces will be measured. The CSO representative will also need to gather information on site and facility size as well.