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eBook Safe and Drug Free Schools ePub

by Patricia V. Noble

  • ISBN: 1590334949
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Patricia V. Noble
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Nova Science Pub Inc; UK ed. edition (September 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 80
  • ePub book: 1220 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1228 kb
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United States Federal law and many state and local laws increase penalties for illegal drug-related activities in Drug-free school zones

United States Federal law and many state and local laws increase penalties for illegal drug-related activities in Drug-free school zones. The United States Congress has supplemented the core offenses under the Controlled Substances Act (21 .

Noble, Patricia V. Safe and Drug Free Schools. New York: Novinka Books. Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act, State Grants, Guidance for State and Local Implementation of Programs. Department of Education. Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Advisory Committee. Department of Education, Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools.

Safe and Drug-Free Schools book.

Analyzing two School Crime Supplements to the National Crime Victimization Survey, this report presents a national portrait of the extent to which students ages 12 to 19 experience violent crime or theft of their property at school.

Analyzing two School Crime Supplements to the National Crime Victimization Survey, this report presents a national portrait of the extent to which students ages 12 to 19 experience violent crime or theft of their property at school, and their perceptions of the presence of guns, street gangs, and illegal drugs at their schools. Puedes leer los libros que compres en Google Play mediante el navegador web de tu computadora. Lectores electrónicos y otros dispositivos. Para leer en dispositivos de tinta electrónica, como Sony eReader o Barnes & Noble Nook, tendrás que descargar un archivo y transferirlo a tu dispositivo.

Safe and drug free schools, ISBN: 1590334949. Noble Patricia V. Novinka Books

Safe and drug free schools, ISBN: 1590334949. Novinka Books, 2002.

On the first day of a conference on safe and drug-free schools, Secretary Paige and others spoke about improving schools, focusing of safety and security issues. Among the issues they addressed were levels of violence in schools, mental health issues, and various studies of adolescent health and substance abuse. Following their remarks they answered questions from the audience.

Drug-free zones around schools offer communities one way to give students a place where they can play and talk without being threatened by drug dealers and drug users. Noble, Patricia V. Federal law and many state and local laws increase penalties for drug-related activities in drug-free school zones.

Drug Free America Foundation, Saint Petersburg, Florida. Set the tone, change the culture! Having a drug free workplace increases employee morale and productivity while promoting an environment of caring. Drug Free America Foundation.

New York: Novinka Books.

United States Federal law and many state and local laws increase penalties for illegal drug-related activities in Drug-free school zones.

Home Browse Books Book details, Options for Restructuring the Safe and Drug-Free. Options for Restructuring the Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act: Report with Background Papers and Focus Group Summary. By Peter Reuter, E. Michael Timpane, Mina Kimmerling, Melissa A. Bradley, David L. Kirp Aaron, D. Good, Paul Sandhu, Lawrence Sherman, Jackson Toby.

Illegal drug use is a recurrent problem across the nation, but at particular risk are the nation's youth. Studies have shown that among children, drug use begins with the abuse of legal substances (ie tobacco and alcohol) before graduating to illegal drugs, with marijuana generally the first. Along with drug abuse, violence is another danger the nation's young people must face, be it drug motivated or the result of other behavioural problems. Schools are considered prime places to head off these two threats through education about abstaining from drugs and controlling violent tendencies. In 1996, the Department of Education began overseeing the Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act, which funds both state and national drug and violence prevention programs. Unfortunately, follow-up studies have revealed mixed results to the national program. The Education Department, though, is considering steps to strengthen and improve this critical program. This book examines and evaluates the Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act and its programs, placing the measure in a background context and looking at its financial and administrative structures. Given the major problems of