In this book on combating drug and alcohol abuse among students, Dr. Richard L. Towers makes these points: that drugs can and will destroy many of our students; that teachers and other school employees must join with parents and others in the community to combat this threat; that the same problems and conditions that are in part responsible for drug abuse also contribute to teen pregnancy, vandalism, and suicide; and that there are any number of steps we can take, as classroom teachers, counselors, administrators, secretaries, and custodians, in the everyday course of events to help combat the problem. This book was written for all persons who work in schools, but it can be useful to anyone who works with children and youth and cares about their welfare and achievement. It was written to fill a void.
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Book Description Natl Education Assn, 1987. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0810632918