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annual prevalence
In self-report surveys, the use of a drug at least once during the prior year.
Board of Education of Pottawatomie County v. Earls
Schools may require students to submit to a urinalysis for illegal drugs prior to participating in all competitive extracurricular activities.
decriminalization
The relaxing of the enforcement of certain laws, for example, drug laws.
Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.)
A program aimed at children in kindergarten through twelfth grade, designed to equip students with appropriate skills to resist substance abuse and gangs.
harm reduction
An approach to drug control that involves using a public health model to reduce the risks and negative consequences of illicit drug use.
legalization
The elimination of many laws currently prohibiting the distribution and possession of drugs, but not necessarily eliminating all regulation.
lifetime prevalence
In self-report surveys, the use of a drug at least once during the respondent's lifetime.
30-day prevalence
In self-report surveys, the use of a drug at least once during the previous month.