Students:

Thank you for taking this short survey. The results will provide valuable information about cyberbullying and NY students. We will not disclose your identity to your school or parents, so you should be as honest as possible in your responses. Taking this survey is voluntary.
We appreciate your time and help.
thank you.

WiredSafety

What school do you attend?

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* 1. What school do you attend?

Where do you live?

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* 2. Where do you live?

What is your grade?

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* 3. What is your grade?

What's your gender?

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* 4. What's your gender?

Cyberbullying is ....... (select all that apply)

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* 5. Cyberbullying is ....... (select all that apply)

Have you ever been cyberbullied?

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* 6. Have you ever been cyberbullied?

If you have been cyberbullied, did you report it to anyone?

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* 7. If you have been cyberbullied, did you report it to anyone?

If you didn't report it, and were cyberbullied, why didn't you report it? (If this doesn't apply, type "DNA")

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* 8. If you didn't report it, and were cyberbullied, why didn't you report it? (If this doesn't apply, type "DNA")

How often do you think cyberbullying happens?

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* 9. How often do you think cyberbullying happens?

Please select all of the answers that apply to you.

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* 10. Please select all of the answers that apply to you.

If you could write a law about cyberbullying, what would it provide? (select all that apply.)

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* 11. If you could write a law about cyberbullying, what would it provide? (select all that apply.)

What do you want grown-ups to know about cyberbullying that they don't know? We welcome your ideas!

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* 12. What do you want grown-ups to know about cyberbullying that they don't know? We welcome your ideas!

If you are being bullied or threatened, please reach out to a staff member at your school immediately, whether a teacher, guidance counselor, principal or someone else you trust. More information about bullying and how to stop it can also be found online at: www.stopbullying.gov/kids

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