Prescription drugs are more prevalent in society today than in previous generations. Since 2000, there have been significant increases in overall prescription drug use across a broad and diverse group of adults.
Kids are being exposed to opioids and other prescription drugs at younger and younger ages. What can we do to keep them safe? What kind of curriculum is necessary?
EVERFI course data indicates that students at larger schools and those enrolled at small schools are more similar than different went it comes to sexual assault and interpersonal violence. But, what does that mean for smaller schools that, in many circumstances, have fewer resources and just as many obstacles as their larger counterparts?
Corporate compliance is quickly shifting into the spotlight for companies throughout the nation, and for good reason. With movements such as #MeToo gaining momentum and attention, companies are now facing increased expectations and unprecedented accountability around the scope, quality, and impact of their training.
In August 2017, the White House Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis released an interim report pointing to the urgent need for “evidence-based prevention programs for schools, and tools for teachers and parents to enhance youth knowledge of the dangers of drug use.”
Regulators, legal scholars, and businesses are urging organizations to develop a culture of compliance that aligns with external laws, internal policies, and increasingly, ethical values. Having a "culture of compliance" represents the next generation of corporate compliance and ethics programs. Despite its importance, there is no singular definition.
Protect your business and your people with corporate compliance training on topics like anti-corruption, data security, sexual harassment and more.
A Financial Education Survey of Parents and Kids
While traditional methods of reaching underbanked populations, such as opening branches in underbanked communities, have had some success in the past, these communities can be notoriously hard to reach.
The individual and institutional impact of sexual violence is enormous, making clear the importance of meeting both the letter and spirit of laws put in place to protect our students, faculty and staff.