President Bush's 2006 budget has earmarked $25.4 million dollars for increased drug testing of public school students. Proponents claim that drug testing reduces illegal drug use among students and gives students an alibi for not using. Opponents claim that drug testing is ineffective at best and possibly even harmful. Testing can foster distrust, push students toward drugs that aren't screened for, and inhibit student participation in extracurricular activities.
Pricing for eBooks depends upon your account type and population served. Accurate pricing information will only be displayed once you are a registered user. Please Register Now. You will receive an e-mail when your registration has been processed. Once you are registered, you will be able to select eBook titles; place them in your shopping cart; and receive accurate pricing information. If you do not wish to register, please call your Sales Representative at 1-800-877-4253 or e-mail email@example.com