The Attitudes and Behavior Survey is intended to be used by communities, schools, and programs to enhance the wellbeing of young people. It is primarily used to monitor trends among youth and is not validated for use as a pre and post-measurement. The results can be used to monitor student wellbeing trends, set priorities for state services, and to provide a base framework for work with youth.
Access and Use
Site Report- $400, includes 100 surveys // Aggregate Report of multiple sites: $400, excludes surveys. // each additional survey = $3.50
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