Please submit by December 31, 2015.

This is an informational survey conducted by the AAPI Bullying Prevention Task Force (AAPI Task Force), which includes members from the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, the U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  The purpose of the survey is to gather information about what bullying of AAPI students looks like, who is being bullied, on what basis, and whether AAPI students are talking to adults and peers in their schools and communities about bullying they experience.  Your responses will help inform the direction of the AAPI Task Force in the coming months. The responses will only be used by the AAPI Task Force anecdotally; none of the information will be attributed to any specific individual or organization. The responses may be aggregated by the AAPI Task Force to identify trends but the individual responses will not be used in any formal report or study without the respondent’s consent.


Please base your responses on your experiences; no additional research is required.  Please do not provide personally identifiable information for any students or parents.  Your participation in this survey is entirely voluntary.  We have provided room for optional comments following some questions; if you have additional information that you would like to share with respect to any question or about bullying of AAPI students generally, please add them at the end of the survey.  We very much appreciate any information you would like to share, and look forward to supporting you and the communities you serve.


Please be advised that the information provided in this survey may be subject to public disclosure by statute or regulation, including, but not limited to, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. § 552.  FOIA gives the public the right of access to records and files of Federal agencies. Individuals may obtain items from many categories of records of the Federal government, not just materials that apply to them personally. As a Federal government entity, the AAPI Task Force must honor requests under FOIA with very few exceptions.