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         Drug Education For Parents:     more books (47)
  1. "It takes a village to raise a child": The challenge for the '90's : raising alcohol and other drug-free youth : Massachusetts statewide parent training curriculum by Margie Henderson, 1989
  2. For parents only;: A parent's guide on dangerous drugs, by William F O'Zee, 1971
  3. Urban school-community parent programs to prevent drug use (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:427093) by Wendy Schwartz, 1997
  4. Parents, teens and drugs: A drug abuse prevention program for families by Alexis Stein, 1983
  5. Youth groups, solution to drug abuse: Guide to starting drug-free youth groups for teens by Mary M Cobbs, 1985
  6. The PRIDE questionnaire for grades 6-12: Development study (Technical report) by James Richard Craig, 1987
  7. Family involvement strategies for comprehensive alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use prevention programs (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:388931) by Ann S. Bickel, 1995
  8. Parental awareness and responsibility : a case study of a program to prevent and treat alcohol and other drug problem (SuDoc HE 20.8027:11) by U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services, 1993
  9. Since you care: A parenting skills program ; a manual for trainers by Kathi Pettersen, 1976
  10. Eating for good health for caretakers of the handicapped child: A nutrition handbook by Denise Carp, 1981
  11. Strengthening the family: A holistic approach to family wellness by Xueqin Grace Ma, 1994
  12. Older, but not old enough (Families inTouch series) by Joanne Koch, 1991
  13. Staying in touch (Families in touch series) by Joanne Koch, 1991
  14. The Pride Parent/School Team: A parent-to-parent drug awareness program by Thomas J Gleaton, 1987

41. Some Parents Question Schools' Role In Drug Education
Some parents question schools role in drug education. Published111-98 Source Ft. Worth Star-Telegram Author Yamil Berard. Red
Some parents question schools' role in drug education
Published: 11-1-98
Source: Ft. Worth Star-Telegram
Author: Yamil Berard
Red Ribbon Week conjures up positive images of grinning students bedecked with pins, T-shirts and slogans exalting the youngsters' pledge to be drug-free.
Yet on the opposite end of Tony Arangio's phone line Tuesday morning, a parent's voice was twisting with anger.
"My son is in the first grade, and he shouldn't know anything about drugs," the parent told Arangio, coordinator of Safe and Drug Free Schools for Arlington school district.
The educator's response:
"It's just a red ribbon. Throw it away. Don't wear it. Schools are very accommodating. If you say, `I don't want my kid to wear it,' we don't do it."
In the past decade, as schools have been asked to shoulder the difficult task of delivering the anti-drug message to the nation's youths, educators have spoken of parents primarily as partners in the efforts. But as the lessons are being broadened and woven into the curriculum from English to social studies to math, many parents are being seen in a new role:
The opposition.

42. Drug Policy Alliance: Safety First: Parents, Teens And Drugs
Though abstinence is preferred, parents need to let their teens know that they caremost about their health. drug education efforts should promote safety first
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D.A.R.E. and other prevention programs. While advocating abstinence, our ultimate goal should be safety and the prevention of drug abuse and drug problems. Drug Education should follow the lead of sex education. Though sex education began with abstinence only tenets in the 1970s, the AIDS epidemic of the 1980s focused on efforts to save lives. To help reduce the harm associated with unsafe sexual practices, realistic sex education stressed safety. Today's drug education programs face the same abstinence only vs. safety dilemma. Many parents fear that a reality-based, safety oriented discussion of drugs may lead to

43. Tips For Parents On Keeping Children Drug Free-- Pg 6
may be taught during health class, but all teachers should incorporate antidruginformation into their classes. There should be a parent education component.

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Children have the best prospects for leading healthy, drug-free lives when schools support parents in their anti-drug message. There should be nothing confusing or contradictory in what children learn about drugs from the adults in their lives, and school policies need to reflect the same attitude toward alcohol and drugs that you express at home: Drug use is not acceptable. Drugs diminish a child's ability to concentrate and follow through on academic responsibilities, they cause absenteeism and loss of motivation, and students who use them can be disruptive and drain teachers' time and energy. The best way to ensure that the anti-drug policies at your child's school are strong is to be involved. You can:

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Students negative consequences may be reduced if parents agree to optionsincluding drug education and a drug and alcohol assessment.
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IF A STUDENT USES AT SCHOOL......... The use, possession, distribution, or sale of alcoholic beverages or other dangerous drugs while at school or at school sponsored events is forbidden. If a student distributes/sells drugs or alcohol at school or at a school sponsored event they immediately will be recommended for expulsion. If a student violates the Drug and Alcohol Policy, the parent and child have options regarding the severity of the consequences. Students' negative consequences may be reduced if parents agree to options including drug education and a drug and alcohol assessment. Refer to District Policy 502.5 which can be found in the Student Parent Handbook. Counseling Services and Drug Education 1810 West Pine Street Meridian Id 83642 Phone (208) 887-6063 Fax (208) 887-6059 Jeanne Schatz, Coordinator of Counseling Services

45. Health Education Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Drug Use
DISCLAIMER Our mission is health education, particularly at a high SCHOOL 45 16.CHANGEIN ALCOHOL OR drug USE 45 grades, etc.) 25 34.MATE OR parents START OR

46. 41-1604.17 - Arizona Parents Commission On Drug Education And Prevention
411604.17. Arizona parents commission on drug education and prevention. A. TheArizona parents commission on drug education and prevention is established.
Arizona parents commission on drug education and prevention A. The Arizona parents commission on drug education and prevention is established. The commission shall consist of nine members. The members of the commission shall be appointed by the governor within sixty days of the effective date of this section and shall serve two year terms. Of the nine members, five shall be parents with children currently enrolled in a school in this state, one shall be a representative of a law enforcement agency, one shall be an educator in a local school district, one shall be a representative of a county probation department, and one shall be a representative of the drug education and treatment community. B. The members shall receive no pay but may be reimbursed for actual expenses incurred on commission business. C. The commission shall fund programs that will increase and enhance parental involvement and will increase education about the serious risks and public health problems caused by the abuse of alcohol and controlled substances. D. The commission shall contract for administrative and professional services with a not for profit organization or government entity with expertise in substance abuse education and prevention.

47. Drug Education
education. parents should enter into discussion with the head teachershould they have any concern about any drug education. It
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In recent years illegal drugs have become more easily available and less expensive. All children and young people at school need drug education to alert them to the dangers posed by drugs. The education which children receive will provide information and access to lifestyles and activities that will support good health, and in which drugs will have no place.
All children and young people at school should be given drug education. Parents should enter into discussion with the head teacher should they have any concern about any drug education. It is important that parents are given full information, in order to overcome any fears they may have about the programme being offered by the school.
Aims of Drug Education
A good well-rounded programme of drugs education should aim to:
  • allow pupils to develop knowledge and understanding about drugs, their effects, and the implications of misuse

48. Drug Info Clearinghouse
Engaging parents in drug education. The following drug education programs illustratethe engagement of parents as partners in their child’s learning.

49. Education World® : Parents Community Center : Kids "At-Risk"
Included Students, teachers, and parents comments on the power AtRisk Students Thisweek, education World takes a ASAP an anti-drug program in which middle
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50. Medical Research News For Parents - Enhanced Drug Education Programs Are More Su
little effect on the substance abuse rates of middle schoolers, although enhanceddrug education programs such as DARE Plus that involve parents, peers, and

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Enhanced Drug Education Programs Are More Successful at Preventing Risky Behaviors
Many elementary and middle schools have implemented the drug education program Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) to reduce drug use and violence in kids and teens. Researchers from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis recently evaluated the effectiveness of D.A.R.E. and an enhanced D.A.R.E. program. From 1999 to 2001, 24 middle and junior high schools participated in the University of Minnesota study. Eight schools followed a regular D.A.R.E. program that focused on character building and citizenship skills taught by police officers. Eight schools participated in a D.A.R.E. Plus program that included parental involvement, extracurricular activities, classroom activities, and neighborhood action teams. Finally, eight schools delayed their participation in D.A.R.E. so they could act as the comparison group. Throughout the study, the students completed anonymous surveys about their use of tobacco alcohol , marijuana, and other drugs.

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52. DECS Drug Strategy Parents And Carers
Information for parents on the National School drug education Strategy This pamphletprovides information for parents on the extent of drug use by students and

53. Science + Literacy Drug Education Partnership--Links & Resources
PRIDE The parents Resource Institute for drug education. A private,non-profit organization that serves parents, educators, and
Looking for information online? Try these selected links in the areas of science and education literacy , and drug education
Science NetLinks

Science NetLinks, developed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and MCI, has a wealth of resources for science educators, divided broadly into two main sections. In "Science Web Sites" you can browse or search by keyword through our list of comprehensive "Super Science Sites" or our broader index of "Reviewed Science Sites." In "Curriculum Connections" section, you'll find an array of teaching resources for bringing the science standards into your classroom. LITERACY LINKS America Reads
The America Reads initiative aims to enable parents, primary care givers, and community leaders and educators to enhance and expand existing successful literacy efforts. Their Web site contains much useful information about using volunteers to enhance the reading skills of America's youth. LEARNS (Linking Education and America Reads Through National Service)
LEARNS is a partnership of the following organizations: Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory (NWREL), Southern Regional Council (SRC), Bank Street College of Education (BSC). We provide training and technical assistance to America Reads and other Corporation for National Service projects focused on literacy and education. NCESNational Center for Education Statistics
Along with many other features, the NCES site includes an online copy of the 1992

54. Parents + Schools Magazine: You Ask About - Autumn 2002 - Drugs Education - Tack
are encouraged to develop a drugincident management policy with parents, pupils,governors And drug education has been shown to delay the start of drug use
A Q If pupils are caught with drugs, will they be excluded?
Schools should send a clear message to pupils and parents that drugs in school are not acceptable, but decisions on whether to exclude pupils are the responsibility of headteachers. However, those dealing in drugs should be excluded. All schools are encouraged to develop a drug-incident management policy with parents, pupils, governors, staff and the wider community, including the local police, clearly setting out the range of sanctions which might be applied, including alternatives to exclusion. The policy should also identify sources of support for pupils.
A Q Are schools changing what they teach about cannabis?
drugs website HELP ONLINE
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55. Growing Up Drug Free: A Parent's Guide To Prevention
area? Do children in every grade receive drug education, or is itlimited to selected grades? Is there a component for parents?
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for drug education is a substance abuse prevention and education agency that developsprograms and materials for a range of audiences, including parents.
Online Resources for Parents

The website for Talking With Kids About Tough Issues, a national initiative by the Kaiser Family Foundation and Children Now to encourage parents to talk with their children earlier and more often about tough issues like sex, HIV/AIDS, violence, alcohol, and drug abuse. The website provides information on the four issue areas, links to online spaces for parents to chat, and a host of websites and print resources to support conversations with children on a variety of issues. Materials are available in both English and Spanish.

The website for the "Can We Talk?" Campaign, a national education effort from the National Education Association. The program is designed to help parents talk with their children about healthy relationships and sexuality, including the prevention of pregnancy, HIV/STDs, drug abuse and violence. The website provides information on parent and teacher training opportunities, in both English and in Spanish as "¿Conversamos?"

57. Drug Testing Fails Our Youth: Home
Safety First A RealityBased Approach to Teens, drugs, and drug education. Thisbooklet was written to provide parents with the tools needed to evaluate and
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This web site provides resources for parents, caregivers, educators, coaches and other concerned adults to oppose their school's proposed drug testing programs. Making Sense of Student Drug Testing
Note to President Bush: The experts agree, and the evidence is clear! Random drug testing does not reduce drug use among young people. Spending an extra 23 million on testing students' urine will only destroy relationships between youth and adults. This booklet demonstrates the key flaws in random student drug testing and outlines promising alternatives to the invasive and expensive practice. Order free copies! Sign Our Open Letter to the Bush Administration If you are an educator/school administrator, parent, health professional, student, or work with an education or youth organization the Drug Policy Alliance is asking you to please sign an

58. For Parents: Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drug Prevention Programs | Vanderbilt Univ
Prevention; also see their parents section; American Medical Association;AlcoholMD; PRIDE parents Resource Institute for drug education;


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The Office will keep your conversation confidential, except in cases defined by law where further assistance is required: suicidal, homicidal, or psychotic. The Office keeps a list of reliable resources that can help students with any issue. Cost of services is covered in the undergraduate and graduate students activities fees. Student Health Services, Mental Health Clinic

59. NCAA Summary Of 1997 Results Of Drug-Education/Testing Surveys
10. parents, (60) 71%, (19) 48.7%, (8) 40%, (18) 36%, (1) 10%, (106) 52%. 10. 11.Enforced drugeducation program, (33) 39%, (17) 44%, (12) 60%, (26) 52%, (6) 60%,(94) 46%.
Summary of 1997 Results of Drug-Education/Testing Surveys
NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports DRUG/ALCOHOL EDUCATION PROGRAM
1. Does your athletics department currently have in operation a drug/alcohol educational program for student-athletes?
  • 262 (56%) Yes
  • 158 (34%) No
  • 46 (10%) No, but actively planning one*
  • 3 ( 1%) No response
2. Does your athletics department currently have in operation a drug/alcohol educational program for coaches and other staff?
  • 111 (24%) Yes
  • 324 (69%) No
  • 30 ( 6%) No, but actively planning one*
  • 4 ( 1%) No response
*Actively planning means you have held organizational meetings and developed preliminary plans for such a program. 3. Which of the following NCAA programs has you institution participated (check all that apply)?
  • 65 (14%) CHOICES
  • 109 (23%) Betty Ford Center Program
  • 117 (25%) Sports Sciences Speakers Grant Program
  • 118 (25%) A.P.P.L.E.
  • 111 (24%) NCAA CHAMPS/ Life Skills Program
  • 20 ( 4%) TEAM (Techniques for Effective Alcohol Management)
4. Please select the statement that best explains your understanding of the NCAA policy on tobacco use.

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