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Holtz, Kristen D.; Twombly, Eric C. – Journal of Drug Education, 2007
Drug and alcohol use among youth remains pervasively high, but students are receiving less school-based prevention. Infusing health information into core curricula may be a valuable prevention approach. Therefore, behavior change theory was used to develop a science education curriculum on drugs for fourth- and fifth-grade students, which was then…
Descriptors: Grade 5, Pretests Posttests, Prevention, Narcotics
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Pankratz, Melinda M.; Jackson-Newsom, Julia; Giles, Steven M.; Ringwalt, Christopher L.; Bliss, Kappie; Bell, Mary Lou – Journal of Drug Education, 2006
There is now ample evidence that teachers tend to make substantial modifications to both the prescribed content and methods of the curricula they administer, and that such modifications are likely to attenuate curricula effects. We examine the fidelity with which teachers implement "Protecting You, Protecting Me," an underage alcohol use…
Descriptors: Prevention, Drinking, Drug Education, Program Implementation
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Zavela, Kathleen J.; Battistich, Victor; Gosselink, Carol A.; Dean, B. J. – Journal of Drug Education, 2004
"Say Yes First--To Rural Youth and Family Alcohol/Drug Prevention" (SYF) was a 5-year, federally-funded U.S.D.H.H.S. Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) project that involved 859 children in the class of the year 2000. The children in four rural school districts were followed from Grade 4 to Grade 8 from 1991 to 1996. Initial results in a…
Descriptors: High School Students, High Risk Students, Prevention, Substance Abuse