USA | The Safety First: Real Drug Education for Teens curriculum is a comprehensive tool for teachers that allows them to have honest conversations about drugs with their students, equipping them with the skills to navigate their risks.
The Safety First: Real Drug Education for Teens curriculum was developed by the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) to provide teens with honest and scientifically accurate information, and empower them to reduce drug-related harms. The curriculum aligns with the National Health Education Standards (NHES) and Common Core Learning Standards. Each lesson is 45-50 minutes long and includes teacher modifications, student worksheets and extension assignments for further learning. To assist educators in assessing student knowledge, each lesson includes a grading rubric.[