Drug Abuse Resistance Education

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The Drug Abuse Resistance Education program (D.A.R.E) is a national program that was created in 1983 by the Los Angeles Unified School District and is now taught in 72% of the nation's school districts and in 44 other nations. The program is taught in kinderdergarten through 12th-grade classrooms by police officers and is designed to keep kids out of drugs, violence, and gangs.

The program was implemented in North Little Rock by the NLRPD in 1991-92 school year as a 17-week program taught to the districts 5th graders.

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