Measuring the impact of substance abuse on student academic achievement and academic growth

Presents data linking the impact of substance disorder to academic achievement, using data gathered at a recovery high school. Recovery schools provide recovery supports and a high-quality education to students with substance use disorders.

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Advances in School Mental Health Promotion
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