According to Utah's Deseret News, a class full of 16-year-old students in a class at Roy High School were handed a 'Sex and Drugs Quiz' by their teacher Candace Thurgood and told it was mandatory: Fill it out and hand it in if you want a grade.
This was the idiotic "morality" questionnaire created by Ann Landers way back in 1981, based on one she created in 1967 and expanded. Even back then it was useless. It was the pre-internet version of 'clickbait' designed to have a flood of mail-letters (positive or negative, it didn't matter) come in response.
The quiz give out 'points' for the most innocent or the most 'immoral' things: and scoring too many makes you a terrible person, or something. It was to be taken by teens or used by parents to rate their teen-age children.
Seriously, points for going on a date? For saying 'I love you'? This in 2017?
The teacher has been suspended pending further review.
Note: FancyLad scored the maximum humanly possible, or so I've heard...
No doubt various IAB members will gleefully take the quiz :-) but remember kids: answer honestly now, it isn't a competition to get the highest score! And it seems like girls have a way easier time of racking up the points, talk about sexism.