Peaceable Schools, a project of the Department of Education at BYU, is an organization that seeks to help schools make data-based decisions regarding school-wide and individual interventions for their students. Mentoring has caught the eye of Peaceable Schools because research is still in its infancy and the popularity of implementing mentoring programs is growing steadily. One of Peaceable Schools' current research questions is "What are the effects of mentoring on the social and emotional behaviors of students at-risk for emotional and behavioral disorders?"
Original Publication Citation
BYU MSE Conference, Provo, UT. (April 26)
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Smith, Jennifer; Marchant, Michelle; Cummings, Laura; Valentine, Shauna; Young, Janet; and Caldarella, Paul, "Peaceable Schools Mentoring: A Pilot Study" (2006). All Faculty Publications. 30.
David O. McKay School of Education
Center for Improvement of Teacher Education and Schooling
© 2006 Paul Caldarella et al.
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