Active school engagement may help curb risky behavior in teens

07/30/2013 | MedicalDaily.com

Teens who were more engaged in school were less likely to show risky behaviors, including substance abuse and criminal acts, than their disengaged peers, a study in the journal Child Development found. As many as 40% to 60% of teens in the study exhibited signs of school disengagement, such as lack of participation and low effort, researchers found.

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