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sustat10: Survey status Follow up 10th

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
0 Student Absent 00.0%
1 Student took survey 00.0%
2 Student took survey on makeup day 00.0%
3 Student refused to take survey 00.0%
4 Student no longer in school 00.0%
5 Student not eligible to take test 00.0%
6 Data Collection Error 00.0%
7 Damaged Data - unscannable 00.0%
8 Transfer error 00.0%
9 School was not surveyed 00.0%
10 Post survey taken before curriculum 00.0%
12 MISSING SURVEY 00.0%
13 Field Error 00.0%
14 Taken outside of study school 00.0%
15 Taken in an after school administration 00.0%
41 Moved out of project schools 00.0%
42 Transferred to school w/in project 00.0%
43 Home School 00.0%
44 Dropped Out 00.0%
45 Did not pass 00.0%
46 Unknown 00.0%
47 Deceased 00.0%
48 Skipped ahead 00.0%
49 not in school, working on ged 00.0%
51 Incarcerated 00.0%
52 Suspended/detention 00.0%
53 Physically incapable 00.0%
54 Language Difficulty 00.0%
55 Developmentally incapable 00.0%
56 Lack of access 00.0%
57 Scheduling Issue 00.0%
58 Skipped ahead - old code 00.0%
411 Moved out of project schools - wi district 00.0%
412 Moved out of project schools - out dist in area 00.0%
413 Moved out of project schools - out area 00.0%
414 Moved out of project schools - unknown 00.0%
451 Did not pass - failed twice still in ms 00.0%
461 Unknown - school does not know 00.0%
462 Unknown - school will not reveal 00.0%
463 Unknown - school does not have resources to find 00.0%
481 Skipped ahead - passed ged 00.0%
Missing Data
. - 19,470100.0%
Total NaN 100%

Location: 157-164 (width: 8; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention Study (ASAPS), 2001-2006 [Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Newark, New Orleans, St. Louis].

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Disclaimer: The frequencies for this variable may not be weighted. They are purely descriptive and may not be representative of the study population. Please use with caution and consult the study documentation.