This unit of Common Core-ready activities will raise
driver awareness among teens while reinforcing key
language-arts and mathematics skills, including text
analysis, supporting claims, summarizing data, and
understanding statistics. Get lessons
These standards charts demonstrate the Common Core State Standard readiness of the Decide to Drive program. View standards:
DEADLINE: November 22, 2013
Students could win cash prizes up to $1,000, as well as a tablet computer for their teacher advisor, when they submit their student advocacy magazine to DecidetoDrive@aaos.org.
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Learn more about the Decide to Drive national campaign at www.decidetodrive.org.
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