More public high schools are bringing back driver's education

09/30/2009 | USA Today

Some states are bringing back driver's education, a high-school staple in the 1970s, when 95% of students participated. Today, only about 15% of students take the training in school. Although advocates believe driver's education could improve road safety for the nation's teens, one researcher said the training is "not effective in reducing crashes."

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