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Greenwich Student Survey Yields Surprising Results

GREENWICH — Substance abuse, cyberbullying, social media use and the power of parent influence: The town Prevention Council surveyed about 3,000 middle school and high school students on these and other topics earlier this year.

Results of the survey will be released next week, but some educators and council members have spoken on its broader themes.

Responses revealed parents have a strong influence on their children — a surprising finding that could shift how the council’s 32 members, from education, law enforcement and health sectors, will approach educating young people, Commissioner of Greenwich Department of Human Services Alan Barry said Tuesday.



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