Study: Successful mentoring programs are long-term

Studies show varied outcomes for students who participate in school-based mentoring programs, which are typically offered on a limited basis for a single semester or academic year. Such school programs can help improve student behavior and attendance and boost student achievement, but can lead to negative results if the mentoring is not continued over the long term, research shows.

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