Utah NetSmartz

Program Statistics

During the past 12 months a sampling of 6-12 grade students who completed the program were surveyed.
937 students representing 103 different Utah schools provided these notable measures of program impact*:

Better Prepared

97.64 percent of students surveyed agreed or strongly agreed that they are better prepared to face Internet dangers after participating in the training.

More Informed

97.11 percent of students surveyed agreed or strongly agreed that they are more informed about Internet dangers after participating in the training.

Bullying

94.12 percent of students surveyed agreed or strongly agreed that they are more likely to report cyberbullying after participating in the training.

Sexting

96.46 percent of students surveyed agreed or strongly agreed that they are less likely to participate in sexting after participating in the training.

Student Response

Students surveyed responded with the following in regard to their experience with the trainings:

Student Ratings

99.04 percent rated the training as "excellent" or "good".

Positivity

98.06 percent of students surveyed reported that they feel confident that they have a positive digital future after participating in the training.



*Additional survey details:
Participant group: Utah 6-12th grade students
Sample size: 937 participants
Population: 330,478 6-12th grade students - Utah State Office of Education Enrollment OCT2015