Judges are a highly educated group of professionals. As time goes on we all think we know just about everything there is to know about a subject, but surprise, in the area of teen driver safety we now have another resource with more important information to assist judges, especially juvenile judges, who work with teen drivers and their parents on a daily basis.
That’s why the National Association of State Judicial Educators is talking to judges about The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility’s new teen driver safety program, IKnowEverything. This program was originally developed for judges in Virginia, and now is a perfect opportunity to share these materials with other judges, as well through the Judicial Family Institute and the International Association for Court Administrators, in order to enhance the outreach of judges with teens and their parents on safe driving behavior. This is a new and dynamic resource that many judges will be able to add to their existing programming.
As a proud partner of The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility on many judicial education and outreach efforts on drunk driving and underage drinking, we are pleased to support this new innovative program that tackles both issues by encouraging teens to drive safely.
Past President, National Association of State Judicial Educators (NASJE)