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Information for Parents and Teachers



Welcome to the Parents and Teachers section of our site. Here you will find valuable materials to help you better discuss the effects of drug abuse on the brain with people of all ages and backgrounds. Materials in this section are public domain and may be reproduced, unless otherwise noted.


Scholastic

Scholastic and NIDA have formed a school-based science education partnership designed to inform students ages 12 to 15 about the dangers of drug abuse.

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