If you’re a parent or other caregiver of teens, you likely have had “stranger danger” talks with them. Those types of stranger danger safety conversations, though critical for little ones, tend to decrease as our kids get older. Child safety experts say however, that those age-appropriate type safety talks are critical for older children as well and need to continue into and throughout their teenage years.
FY18 Five Year Forecast – Required Spring Update, v2
What is the leading drug used by our youth today? If you’re thinking marijuana or heroin, guess again. The answer is alcohol. It has long been and still remains the most widely used drug among young people, making alcoholism and alcohol-related problems the number one public health problem in the United States.
FY18 Final Staff/Course (L) Collection, v5
FY18 Midyear Student (S) Collection, v6
Adjustments to FY18 Data Collection Calendar