Oct
09
2014
Starting a conversation with kids about tough topics can be difficult. How do you get them to open up? Speak their minds? Combat peer pressure? Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix,...
International Walk to School Day is a global event that involves communities from more than 40 countries walking and biking to school on the same day.
Oct
07
2014
Are you about to hop in your car to take your kids to school? Well remember, it is International Walk to School Day, a global event that involves communities from more than 40 countries walking...
Ask, Listen, Learn and Scholastic teamed up to bring classrooms around the country materials to start a conversation with teachers and parents about the dangers of underage drinking.
Sep
23
2014
A recent evaluation conducted by Scholastic again documented the Ask, Listen, and Learn (ALL) program as an effective tool in raising awareness and discussions of the dangers of drinking...
New school year, new conversation about the dangers of underage drinking.
Sep
12
2014
Now that you’ve (somewhat) settled into the new school year, let’s talk about the next steps. As a parent of a Middle Schooler, it’s important to recognize the struggles that they...
Debbie Phelps talks about the role as a mom and educator.
Sep
09
2014
Parents take it upon themselves to start tough conversations with their kids at home – but, teachers, do you keep that conversation going in the classroom? What red flags do you look for to...
responsibility.org attended the NCSL Legislative Summit to discuss drunk driving, underage drinking and traffic safety policy with state legislators from around the country.
Aug
25
2014
The 40th Annual NCSL Legislative Summit, held last week in Minneapolis, offered legislators, staff, and organizations the chance to come together and discuss issues that are most important in the 50...
DC SCORES helps kids say NO to underage drinking by providing mentors and activities to steer kids in the right direction.
Aug
20
2014
The last yells of summer echoed on the field of Marie Reed Elementary School in Washington, DC, as our Ask, Listen, Learn team paid a visit to our partners at DC SCORES to check...
A member of Girl Talk's Board of Directors weighs in on the LeaderU experience. underage drinking, woman leadership, women leadership
Aug
13
2014
The powerful ripple effect of layered leadership is a large part of what has ensured the success of Girl Talk, an Atlanta-based non-profit, throughout its soon-to-be twelve year history. What started...
Download our new Grab the Goodies app that's free and educational.
Aug
12
2014
There are always new trends in education and technology is at the center of it all.  We are always looking for new ways to help parents and their kids to talk about the dangers of underage...
Jun
13
2014
People address me with many titles: Attorney General, General, Marty, and so on, but the best title by far is “Dad.” Nothing makes me stand up just a little bit taller and straighter than...

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