Session 132: DD5 -> Prevention in Schools and Communities
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Governors Square 12
Session Chair: Knowlton Johnson, Pacific Inst. for Research & Evaluation
Prevention of Violence and Substance Abuse in Urban Schools: Do Evidence-Based Programs Make a Difference?
by: Knowlton Johnson, Pacific Inst. for Research & Evaluation (Corresponding)
William Neace, Pacific Inst. for Research & Evaluation
Stephen Shamblen, Pacific Inst. for Research & Evaluation
Evidence-Based Delinquency Prevention Programming in Local Communities
by: Michelle Burke-Storer, Development Services Group, Inc. (Corresponding)
Marcia Cohen, Development Services Group, Inc.
Heidi Hsia, O. J. J. D. P.
The Impact of "On Track": Peer Mediation as a Strategy for Social Inclusion
by: Lesley Noaks, Cardiff University (Corresponding)
John Noaks, Ty Morfa
The Impact of Violence and Substance Abuse Prevention Programs on School Safety
by: William Neace, Pacific Inst. for Research & Evaluation (Corresponding)
Linda Young, Pacific Inst. for Research & Evaluation
John Weber, Pacific Inst. for Research & Evaluation
Stephen Shamblen, Pacific Inst. for Research & Evaluation
David Collins, Pacific Inst. for Research & Evaluation
Knowlton Johnson, Pacific Inst. for Research & Evaluation

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