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 2 - Act provides federai financial assistance to establish programs for drug abuse education and prevention. Programs funded are to clearly convey the message that the use of illegal drugs and the abuse of other drugs and alcohol is wrong and harmful.
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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...

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