This study examined how demographic, individual, and family factors contribute to disparities in office referral and suspension/expulsion in high schools.
Reports and Articles from the Drug Policy Research Center
The RAND Drug Policy Research Center publishes current research in the following eight categories:
Most Recent Publications on Drugs and Drug Policy
Physician Capacity to Treat Opioid Use Disorder with Buprenorphine-Assisted TreatmentSeptember 28, 2016
Many physicians who prescribe buprenorphine are prescribing below the patient limits historically allowed under U.S. law.
Mid-Term Assessment of the EU Drugs Strategy 2013-2020 and Final Evaluation of the Action Plan on Drugs 2013-2016: Public consultation on the evaluation of the EU Drugs Strategy: Report of resultsSeptember 22, 2016
A mandatory public consultation was conducted to inform the Mid-Term Assessment of the EU Drugs Strategy 2013-2020 and the final evaluation of the EU Action Plan on Drugs 2013-2016. This document reports on the consultation's results.
Cultural Identity Among Urban American Indian/Alaska Native Youth: Implications for Alcohol and Drug UseSeptember 22, 2016
Better understanding how American Indian/Alaska Native youth negotiate cultural identity in urban settings can help with the design of culturally appropriate alcohol and other drug use interventions.
Who Are the Men Caring for Maltreated Youth? Male Primary Caregivers in the Child Welfare SystemSeptember 21, 2016
Men who are the primary caregivers of youth in the child welfare system tend to be more similar than different from their female counterparts.