Achievement Mentoring Program (AMP)

Evidence Rating: Promising - One study

Date: This profile was posted on March 30, 2015


Program Summary

An intervention for urban minority freshmen at risk of dropping out of high school. The goal was to enhance school-related cognitions and behaviors. The program is rated Promising. The program did not significantly impact students’ absences, grade point averages, or decision-making efficacy, but had significant effects on discipline referrals, negative school behavior, performance in mathematics and language arts, and other self-reported outcomes.

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