Benchmark 7D
Human Society: Social Trade-Offs
Grades 9-12, page 166

Benefits and costs of proposed choices include consequences that are long-term as well as short-term, and indirect as well as direct. The more remote the consequences of a personal or social decision, the harder it usually is to take them into account in considering alternatives. But benefits and costs may be difficult to estimate.

NSES Content Standard F 
Science in Personal and Social Perspectives: Risks and benefits
Grades 5-8, page 169
Individuals can use a systematic approach to thinking critically about risks and benefits. Examples include applying probability estimates to risks and comparing them to estimated personal and social benefits.