Arizona has taken the first aggressive steps of any state, in educating it’s youth on what concussions are, how dangerous they can be, how they occur, and how they should be treated.

“Arizona is leading the next phase of concussion education and management. In August, the Arizona Interscholastic Association — following the April passage of a state law that requires schools to provide training about the dangers of traumatic brain injuries — introduced a mandatory program in which all high school sports participants must take a 50-minute multimedia online course and pass a formal test before they put on a uniform.

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