'Zero tolerance' and drug education in Australian Schools

@article{Munro2000ZeroTA,
  title={'Zero tolerance' and drug education in Australian Schools},
  author={G. Munro and R. Midford},
  journal={Drug and Alcohol Review},
  year={2000},
  volume={20},
  pages={105-109}
}
For a decade in Australia, drug education in schools has been shaped by the approach of harm minimization adopted by state and national governments alike. Harm minimization has been accepted broadly by drug educators, and has encouraged schools to deepen their commitment to drug education, allowed them to communicate honestly with students, and to respond to instances of drug use in a less confrontational and more caring manner. Despite those advances, the notion of 'zero tolerance' within… Expand
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