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1.     Stay updated on current teen use data. 

Each year new statistics on teen drug and alcohol use are reported via the University of Michigan’s Monitoring the Future study, where over 50,000 nationally representative 8th, 10th, and 12th graders are surveyed.  Some significant changes have occurred with regards to prevalence of e-cigarettes and attitudes about marijuana over the last few years so it’s best to use current data when presenting these numbers in lessons. 

2.     “Class up” your classroom with printable posters. 

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