Two years after recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado, school officials still don’t know if more kids are using or bringing the drug to schools. But schools are encouraged by grants — funded by a portion of the state’s marijuana tax revenue — that provide more health professionals in schools to support drug education and prevention programs.
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