Drugs & Violence
Too Good puts Social and Emotional Learning to work through fun and interactive lessons, building the self confidence young people need to make healthy choices and achieve success.
Too Good for Drugs and Too Good for Violence promote positive, pro-social attitudes and behaviors, while fostering healthy relationships, resistance to substance abuse and conflict, and resistance to negative peer pressure and influence.
Too Good mitigates risk factors and promotes resiliency through the development of these skills and traits:
Each of the Too Good programs feature:
Develop the social and emotional skills your students need, and promote character and peer-pressure refusal and build college and career readiness to prepare your students for the challenges they will face in high school and beyond
Develop the social and emotional skills your students need, and promote character and peer-pressure refusal with the Too Good for Drugs for Elementary School.
Fun, Interactive lessons on goal setting, decision-making, and effective communication let students learn ,practice and master these essential life skills.
Discussions about the safe use of medicine and understanding the dangers of common household items in the younger grades progresses to more specific drug topics in Grade 5.
Develop the social and emotional skills your students need, and promote drug-free attitudes and norms with the revised edition of Too Good for Drugs Middle School.
Each Too Good evaluation study was conducted by third-party researchers and used randomized treatment-control group designs (pre-test/post-test, 20-week post-test, or one-year follow-up). The Researchers examined pre-test equivalence between treatment and control groups, potential bias of loss of student data over time, quality of program implementation, and estimates of reliability and validity of assessment tools.