FrontpageImage News Training Wednesday, 01 December 2010 - Administrator
Our Trainers provide the most up-to-date topics, teaching methodologies blending social media, video, and technology together to provide the attendees of our programs the very best training available in the United States.
FrontpageImage News Law Enforcement Wednesday, 01 December 2010 - Administrator
Our Law Enforcement Trainers are nationally recognized experts in their respective fields. The bring with them the very latest training topics, at the forefront of today’s societal issues of gangs, violence and youth prevention. Through our training programs we provide law enforcement professional all over the United States with the very best learning environment for the 21st Century Law Enforcement Professional.
FrontpageImage News Education Wednesday, 01 December 2010 - Administrator
The GATE curriculum to provide a strong skill building environment for pre-teens and teens to de-mystify and enlighten the confusion of fact versus fiction involving drugs, gangs and violence related behavior. Our programs from grammar, middle and high school build upon each of lesson through each grade level. The curriculums are easy to teach constantly updated and adaptable for learning environments from schools, probation, clinical and social services group styled environments.
FrontpageImage News Youth Wednesday, 01 December 2010 - Administrator
Our presenters specialize in providing a vision into at-risk behavior for America’s young adult population. We at GATE America utilize the newest social media forms to blend a seamless environment of video, social media, current youth issues in our continuing prevention message of making wise choices.
In the increasing struggle for class time, finding time for a prevention specialist to enter a classroom to instructor multiple prevention programs, in order to effectively address drugs, violence and gangs becomes a challenge.
If schools or law enforcement agencies institute these programs, other disciplines that are important to the school might be affected. School Administrators may express not express concern with one program, but may become hesitant at more than that.
The balance between Education and Prevention programs is a constant state of fluctuation. The GATE program offers all three areas bundled into one program: gangs, violence and drugs.
Look at the side by side comparison below to see how other popular programs match up.
Program Comparison Points
Employs Social Norms
Flexible – Lesson Plans
Directs youth into intervention
Courses taught K-4
Course taught 5-8
Courses taught 9-12
Lesson plans are different at each grade level
Teacher & Staff Component
Employs multiple methods to deal with peer pressure
Community Service Project
Meets National Education Standards
Address Drugs overall
Addresses Drugs Specifically
Address Firearm Safety
Teaches Critical Thinking Skills
Does not rely solely on instructor lecture
After School Component
Lesson Plans are annually evaluated for effectiveness, content and may be removed.
*This is based on the current available DARE program. The New DARE curriculum is still in the testing phase.
**Lessons are available in these grade levels however they are not typically used by most school districts.