Über den Autor
George R. Taylor is professor of special education and chairperson emeritus of the Department of Special Education at Coppin State College, and CORE Faculty, The Union Institute and University. His knowledge and expertise in the areas of Research and Special Education are both locally and nationally renown. He has made significant contributions through Research and Publications in the areas of Special Education, Research, and Education. Additionally, Dr. Taylor has directed several large Federal Research grants and conducted numerous workshops and seminars throughout the country. He is the author of Informal Classroom Assessment Strategies for Teachers, and Using Human Learning Strategies in the Classroom, and co-author of Educating the Disabled, all by ScarecrowEducation.
School systems throughout the country are seeking innovative strategies to prevent substance abuse among students. This text provides strategies that school districts can employ using youths.