Ohio college offers drug prevention education workshop
Nov. 07, 2017
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Wright State University in southwest Ohio is offering a workshop on drug prevention education for teachers and school administrators.
The Wednesday morning program covers tools for opioid and drug prevention in schools, and learning more about what's called the HOPE curriculum. That stands for Health and Opioid-Abuse Prevention Education.
The workshop is aimed at providing K-12 lesson plans, instructional materials, and resources for teachers and administrators including connecting with parents and community resources.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich's (KAY'-sihks) Start Talking! initiative is a co-sponsor.
The workshop is free to educators, who can register on site Wednesday.