The Report Card on the Ethics of American Youth is a free comprehensive survey consisting of more than 60 questions which measure students' self-reported values, attitudes, and behavior.
The Report Card, conducted since 1992 by the Josephson Institute of Ethics, is great tool to understand your school climate and engage PTAs and parental involvement within your school.
By registering to be a part of the national report card, you will not only be provided the statistical results of your school but also how you stack up against the national average. Your report provides a summary of responses for all questions and can help you effectively develop a long-term strategy to deal with critical issues and concerns. In 2012, over 20,000 students participated in the survey, providing important data for understanding student perspectives.
To participate, you must provide a technology platform by which students (grades 9-12) take this online survey in a controlled environment where individual decision-making can occur and where students feel safe knowing their answers are not being collected individually. This year, we are excited to partner with The Robert D. and Billie Ray Center at Drake University to conduct this important survey. Click the link below to find out more about the survey!