Curbing Student Drug Use with Gaggle

Student drug use is a prevailing challenge for school districts across the country. Although federally illegal, underage students are frequently using substances such as alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana on and off school campus. According to the Center for Disease Control, teen substance use has been linked to delayed growth and brain development, increased risk behaviors such as unprotected sex and dangerous driving, and the development of adult health problems, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, and sleep disorders. While recognizing this growing risk, school administrators are at a loss of how to identify and intervene when students are using drugs.

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