Classroom management techniques: The future of prevention?

This is another commentary by UK-based Drug and Alcohol Findings, this time discussing research on a classroom management technique implemented in the first years of schooling which “has led to remarkably strong and persistent impacts on substance use and other problems in later life.” This study adds to the growing amount of evidence suggesting that drug education programs need to be quite broad to be successful, targeting problem behavior more generally, rather than drug use specifically.

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