High School Student Notebook English - Pack of 25

Too Good for Drugs & ViolenceHigh School Student Notebook English

Teens face a whole new set of challenges when they enter their high school years.  A new school and more challenging academic goals coupled with dating and the prospects of graduation, and peer pressure.  Too Good for Drugs and Violence High School grows up right with your students equipping them with the skills and knowledge they need to navigate this exciting stage in life.  Designed to mitigate risk factors and develop protective factors, the interactive lessons provide practical guidance for understanding dating and relationships, violence and conflict resolution, underage drinking, substance abuse, and building healthy friendships.  The program also builds skills for responsible decision-making, effective communication, media literacy, and conflict resolution.

This item is compatible with Too Good for Drugs & Violence High School HS3840.

It is not compatible the 2016 Too Good for Drugs High School Revised Edition available from May 2016.

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High School Student Notebook English - Pack of 25

Item No: HS3825

$49.95

Student Notebooks provide reinforcement and opportunities for teenagers to practice the skills taught in Too Good for Drugs and Violence High School. Workbooks include scenarios and activities that help students set goals, make decisions, and develop healthy relationships along their journey through high school. Pack of 25.

This item is compatible with Too Good for Drugs & Violence High School HS3840. It is not compatible the 2016 Too Good for Drugs High School Revised Edition available from May 2016.

Understanding the Logic Model

The Mendez Foundation developed Logic Models for Too Good to map out the Theory of Change and demonstrate graphically the assumptions that drive Too Good. The logic model communicates an "if-then" message of what changes the program intends to produce. It helps to make the connections among the target group, goals, strategies, objectives and planned program results and lays out what the program is expected to achieve and how it is expected to work.

Research Design

Each of the Too Good evaluation studies were 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.

Evaluation Studies

The award-winning Too Good programs have undergone rigorous, independent evaluation studies to measure their effects on students' skills, attitudes, intentions, and behaviors. Studies have been published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at national evaluation conferences. These studies demonstrate the effectiveness of Too Good.

Research Reports


2001 Summary 2001 Full Report