Initiative Description: The Student Success Skills program was delivered to 336 5th grade students from 5 public elementary schools and consisted of five consecutive 45-minute lessons spaced a week apart and monthly booster lessons.
Study Results: Intervention groups reported engaging in pro-social behaviors more often, less bullying behavior, and higher levels of engagement in school success skills (cognitive and learning, social, self-management).
Reference: Mariani, M., Webb, L., Villares, E., & Brigman, G. (2015). Effect of participation in student success skills on prosocial and bullying behavior. Professional Counselor, 5(3), 341-353.
Level of Evidence: Very Good