You might not be aware of the program Drug Abuse Resistance Education, but you would likely recognize its acronym, D.A.R.E. It’s a program that was established in 1983 with the intentions of educating children k-12 about the dangers of drug use and abuse. It’s still around today and so is data about its ineffectiveness as a deterrent. If you thought D.A.R.E was a great program, think again.
Now that you have seen the facts and figures of how ineffective D.A.R.E. has been over the last 30 years, what do you think they should do to improve their message? If you want to start a discussion on your own blog, feel free to copy the code bellow and post it.
Via: Intervention Support