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Title:  Student Reports of Availability, Peer Approval, and Use of Alcohol, Marijuana, and Other Drugs at School: 1993
Description: In this Statistics in Brief report, student reports of peer approval, availability, and use at school of alcohol, marijuana, and other drugs are examined in connection with school and student characteristics including participation in school alcohol/drug education programs. Although student reports reflect perceptions rather than objective measures of substance availability, use, and peer approval, they provide valuable information about the perceived presence of substances at school and the norms of fellow students. The data in the Brief are from the 1993 National Household Education Survey conducted at Westat for the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).
Online Availability:
Cover Date: June 1997
Web Release: June 12, 1997
Print Release: June 12, 1997
Publication #: NCES 97279
General Ordering Information
Center/Program: NCES
Authors: Mary Jo Nolin, Nancy Vaden-Kiernan, and Mary L. Feibus (Westat, Inc.)
Type of Product: Statistics in Brief
Survey/Program Areas: Crime and Safety Surveys (CSS)
National Household Education Survey (NHES)
Questions: For questions about the content of this Statistics in Brief, please contact:
Rachel Hansen.