As much as many of us abhor drug testing in principle, with drug use exploding around us we accept the premise — I did, at least — that drug testing at the high school level was a necessary deterrent to drug use.
But a study released today in the Journal of Adolescent Health challenges the deeply held, or at least hopeful, notion that high school drug testing is a deterrent.
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