Smart Kids, Foolish Choices: New Brain Research<br>Helps Explain Why Adolescents Take Risks—And<br>What Their Friends Have To Do With It

 Why do smart kids make foolish choices? Short of locking up adolescents until they mature into responsible adults, both parents and educators wrestle with how to keep them safe from harmful behaviors. The risk list is long: from smoking, drinking, and using hard drugs, to driving too fast, ...
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Get Free Project ALERT Curriculum<br>Materials While Supplies Last!

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Now that the Project ALERT curriculum is available digitally, and is easily accessed free of charge from our website, we have leftover materials to share with you! The posters make great student giveaways, or display them in your classroom or hallways!To get these supplies today, simply...
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How To Incorporate Solid Prescription Drug Prevention<br>Into Project ALERT

Tips from Project ALERT Trainer, Tom Butler, Ed.D.

Project ALERT is focused on developing skills that help youth resist the social pressures to use drugs. The program is built around alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana because these are historically the drugs that young people encounter first. However, in recent years, prescription drugs have become ...
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We're updating our online training! With a new look and feel that compliments our recent website redesign, the online training will be even easier to use! Faster downloads. Improved video quality and compatibility. Look for the launch announcement on facebook. If you have...
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