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Feel Safe at School Results

Why are the results for the Feel Safe at School measure on my Bullying and School Safety Thematic Report different from the results on my Interactive Charts and One-Click Reports?

The results for the ‘Feel Safe Attending this School’ measure on the One-Click Report and Interactive Charts reflect the percentage of students who meet the criteria to ‘feel safe’ on a measure of school safety items including 3 items focused on feeling safe perceptions (at school, going to school, on the way home), as well as the 6 items regarding specific events (e.g., been in a physical fight, had something stolen). The results of all 9 items are calculated to produce a comparison of those students who are categorized as feeling safe versus those students who are categorized as not feeling safe.

Interactive Chart Results

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One-Click Report Result

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How do I interpret the Feel Safe at School results reported in the Bullying and School Safety

Thematic Report?
The results for the ‘Feeling Safe at School’ measure on the Bullying and School Safety Thematic
Report reflect the percentage of students who have indicated that they feel safe on each item
(e.g., the percentage of students who feel safe going to school) separately and is based on the
percentage of students who selected ‘agree’ or ‘strongly agree’ to each item.

Bullying and School Safety Thematic Report Results

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When interpreting your data:
The aggregate result in the Interactive Chart will match the results on the One-Click Report.

If you were to select ‘click to see breakdown of the results by question’ in the Interactive Chart
these results will match the results displayed in the Bullying and School Safety Thematic Report.

Please note that the ‘click to see breakdown of the results by question’ feature is not currently
available in district Roll-Up Interactive (RI) reporting.

Interactive Charts

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