1. Concerns Survey
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There's a lot to worry about, and a lot of things wrong with the world. But, where to start to change it all? To begin this discussion let's find out what are the most important issues, from your own perspective.
. What grade are you in?
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Not in school
What grade are you in?
. How old are you?
How old are you?
. What are you most concerned about? (Choose the top 3 issues affecting the world today that are most important to you).
What are you most concerned about? (Choose the top 3 issues affecting the world today that are most important to you).
Wars and the world's need for peace
Bullying, mean girls or guys in school, community or on the internet
Street violence among teens
Homosexuality (right or wrong, homophobia, etc.)
Home problems (poor communication, arguments, domestic violence, etc.)
Care for nature and the environment
National and global financial crisis
Religion (need for faith & spirituality)
Personal money matters (needing more; credit cards and debt)
Racism and ethnic tensions
Poverty, economic and social justice
Advertising and consumerism (too many ads, pressures to buy, etc.)
Pressures to drink, binge drinking, alcoholism
Pressures to try drugs, drug problems and addiction
Pressures to have sex
Pregnancy and abortion among teens
Academic pressures (from parents, teachers, or self)
Need to improve or reform schools and education
Drop-outs, truancy, disrupting classes
Sexual abuse and rape
Finding help for personal problems (depression, guilt, anger, etc.)
. In general I find myself
In general I find myself
Very concerned about my personal problems
Somewhat concerned about my personal problems
Not at all concerned about my personal problems
. In general I find myself:
In general I find myself:
Very concerned about global problems
Somewhat concerned about global problems
Not at all concerned about global problems