BEDFORD, N.H. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- Some parents in Bedford, N.H. are upset over a recent survey asking middle school students about their sexual orientation and drug use.
School officials told the Union Leader they are working to respond to several requests from parents asking for copies of a survey entitled "Profiles of Student Life, Attitudes and Behavior."
Some parents visited the superintendent's office Monday to address the school board about the survey.
One parent said the questions asked students about sexual activity and the kind of protection they used.
School officials said parents were advised of the survey via a letter dated March 21. The survey was created by a non-profit known as the Search Institute.
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