Table 2. Substance abuse prevention education and services, by disability category
|Learning disability||Speech/ language impairment||Mental retardation||Emotional disturbances||Hearing impairment||Visual impairment||Orthopedic impairment||Other health impairment||Autism||Traumatic brain injury||Multiple disabilities||Deaf-blindness|
|Student received substance abuse prevention education or services||62||45||48||57||65||53||57||58||44||54||51||‡|
‡ Responses for items with fewer than 30 respondents are not reported.
NOTE: Any illegal drug use includes marijuana, cocaine, and other illegal drug use. Percentages are weighted population estimates based on a sample of approximately 850 students.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Special Education Research, National Longitudinal Transition Study-2 (NLTS2), student’s school program questionnaire, Wave 1 (2001) and Wave 2 (2002).