Drug Education: School-based Programs Seen as Useful But Impact Unknown : Report to the Chairman, Committee on Government Affairs, U.S. Senate
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Página 3 - For example, each state must allot, from its base allocation, 30 percent to the governor for discretionary grant programs and 70 percent to the state education agency. In turn, the state education agency must...
Página 3 - In turn, the state education agency must allocate at least 90 percent of its DrugFree Schools funds to the school districts on the basis of each district's share of enrolled children.
Página 2 - But judging from our discussions with students and principals in 18 schools, the message of drug and alcohol dangers is reaching the children.
Página 2 - Individuals under 2 1 years of age who are at high risk of becoming, or who have been, drug or alcohol abusers.
Página 1 - But, little is known at the local, state, or national level about what approach works best or how effectively the various H v programs and curricula reduce or prevent drug and alcohol abuse among students.
Página 20 - It aims to equip youth with the skills to resist peer pressure to experiment with and use harmful drugs.
Página 3 - The remaining $231 million provided for grants to the trust territories, grants for teacher training, and various national programs authorized by the act and carried out by the Department of Education.
Página 7 - ... of drug selling — a problem they said was as prevalent as drug use. Students suggested, among other things, that drug education programs include afterschool social activities to give students alternatives to the temptation of drugs. (See app. IV for a discussion of students...