Nodaway County 7th graders respond to survey questions

Posted January 29, 2016 at 10:13 pm

For the second part of the Nodaway News Leader’s series on Breaking Down Bullying, 191 of 211 seventh graders in all eight Nodaway County school districts were surveyed.

This was a short survey asking for their perceptions on the subject. To see graphs related to the survey, visit our photo gallery and click on school.

Students were asked to rate bullying in their school. There may have been some misconception on the rating scale as some students rated their school high, but later in the questionnaire had not seen actual bullying. The vice versa was also true.

Seventy-three percent of the students rated Nodaway County schools as having no bullying to average.

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