Product Number : 288163700
Grades: 7-12. Three stories focus on the importance of making good decisions by considering the effect on the future.
Teens learn to think through the short- and long-term consequences of the choices they're making and use concerned adults as resources.
Program advises viewers to listen to their inner voice and consider their goals when making decisions.
Based on real-life dramatizations this program shows how making good decisions can help teens stay in school and graduate.
Emphasizes that dropping out in today's job market will have serious economic and social consequences in the future.
19-minutes, Leader's Guide available online.
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