New survey shows students are reducing risky behavior
More Minnesota students are planning to attend college, are wearing their seat belts more often, and are drinking less alcohol and smoking fewer cigarettes, according to the Minnesota Student Survey data released today.
An interagency team from the Minnesota Departments of Education, Health, Human Services and Public Safety today released results from the 2010 Minnesota Student Survey, which is a voluntary and anonymous survey taken by Minnesota students in grades six, nine and 12.
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