You do realize that the answers to these questions will only be the jumping off point for the teacher to address her personal views on life’s great questions, don’t you?
What academic value is there in gleaning this information. None of this could be grounds for earning a grade. It’s an invasion of privacy.
Try going up to a man in a bar and if he’s every participated in homosexual sex? When he punches your lights out, you’ll know that these questions to the kids should never have been asked.
These are private matters, and the teacher has no business asking them of her captive ‘minor’ audience.
Erma Gawd. Speaking openly to teen agers about risky behaviour is not a bad thing
Neither you nor I have any idea what this teacher says or does with an anonymous survey.