Drug Abuse Resistance Education or acronym as D.A.R.E is a well-known name in America especially in children of America as it is an attempt carried out by the Police force of America to educate and inform school children about drug abuse. Drug abuse is an evil spreading at an increasing rate all over the world and is commonly found in children especially. All questions regarding D.A.R.E are addressed in the following essay.
Every year millions of school children around the world benefit from Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.), the highly-praised program aimed to give kids the skills they need to avoid involvement in drugs, gangs, and violence.
D.A.R.E. was founded in 1983 in Los Angeles and has proven so successful that it is now being implemented in 75 percent of the nation’s school districts and in more than 43 countries around the world. According to an estimate over the course of the past three years, well over 220 communities have started new D.A.R.E. programs to evoke knowledge about drug abuse in children of all ages. (Edward T.)
D.A.R.E. is a police officer-led series of classroom lessons that teaches children from kindergarten through 12th grade how to resist peers, colleagues or friends’ pressure to use drugs and to live productive drug and violence-free lives.
The basic purpose of this program is to encourage children to resist the influence of friends to use drugs and raise their voices in negative to indulge in this evil for the sake of fashion.