Brief Instrumental School-Based Mentoring Program

Evidence Rating: Promising - One study

Date: This profile was posted on August 8, 2017


Program Summary

This is a school-based, one-on-one mentoring program designed to improve academic performance and life satisfaction, and decrease absences and behavioral infractions among middle school students. The program is rated Promising. The intervention group had significantly fewer unexcused absences, and significantly higher math and English grades and self-reported levels of life satisfaction. However, there were no effects on school-reported behavioral infractions or grades for science or history.

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