This report summarizes the results of a partial evaluation of the 1988-89 Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) effort implemented in all sixth grades in the Nashville, Tennessee, Metropolitan Public School system by trained instructors from the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department. As documented in the following pages, the evaluation effort had two major components.
1. An evaluation of the program by teachers and principals in all the participating schools.
2. Inner-City Study, an investigation designed to assess the impact of the program in elementary and middle schools that service those students thought to be most at risk to the threat of drugs.
This is a pre-publication copy.
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Faine, John, "UA68/10/1 DARE in Nashville Schools 1988-89" (1989). WKU Archives Records. Paper 498.
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