How Schools Reacted

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A national survey of 1,241 public and private school students asked how their schools reacted to the recent terrorist attacks.Teachers have been talking about the tragedy in class since it happened.

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I watched TV coverage of the event at school the day it happened. 60% 18% 34% 73% 75%
Teachers have been talking about the tragedy in class since it happened. 66 49 60 70 72
My school made counselors available for students who might need them. 52 34 43 54 60
I have been allowed to keep watching the TV coverage of the event at school. 27 10 17 31 34
My school had an  assembly to help explain what happened. 23 27 24 20 23
My school or teachers have sent letters home to my parents about the tragedy. 21 40 27 22 10
My teachers have tried to avoid talking about the tragedy. 16 21 12 16 16

SOURCE: Harris Interactive

Vol. 21, Issue 6, Page 14

Published in Print: October 10, 2001, as How Schools Reacted
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