Students at Franklin High School are among the first in California to start a new peer influence program designed to combat the number-one killer of teenagers – car crashes.
A large percentage of local Savannah teens admit to engaging in risky driving habits, according to a recent survey, so one school has decided to launch the peer-to-peer Teens in the Driver Seat® program to help each other become safer drivers.
After a survey of 435 Cypress Falls High School students found Cy Falls teens were more likely to engage in risky driving habits than other Texas teen drivers, the school has launched Teens in the Driver Seat (TDS). “Numerous studies – and our own experience – tell us that teenagers listen to and significantly influence […]
The rate of fatal teen crashes is declining faster and more steadily in Texas than in any other state, thanks in part to a growing program that uses peer communication to reduce the dangers for young drivers, according to a new study. Read the news release.
Channelview High School students launching new driver safety program after assessment shows high frequency of risky driving behaviors. Channelview is the first school in the Houston region to start the program. Read the news release.
A recent study shows that area teenagers understand little about the main dangers they face on the road. In response, students from Central and Eastern High Schools in Bristol, Connecticut are using a new program to reverse the growing trend of teen crash deaths and injuries. These two schools are the first in New England […]