Would you like to know what your high school students think about character, ethics, bullying? Would you like to have a better idea of how often they lie, cheat, or engage in at-risk behaviors? How about a better understanding of how your students’ attitudes and behaviors stack up against other students’?
You can learn a lot about your students by enrolling them to participate in our free 2012 Report Card on the Ethics of American Youth. After you sign up here, we’ll mail you the survey forms, which your students can fill out in 20 minutes. You send the surveys back to us, using pre-paid mailing labels we provide. We scan the surveys and send you your students’ confidential results side-by-side with the national figures. That’s it!
The Josephson Institute conducts this comprehensive survey of high school students from across the country every two years. It measures students’ self-reported values, attitudes, and behavior, and is the largest survey of its kind.
Sign up for the 2012 survey here.