Effectiveness of Cross-Age and Peer Mentoring Programs

Examines research on peer mentoring programs, highlighting their benefits and noting conditions and components of successful programs. Notes findings that include reductions in absenteeism and drop out rates for participating students, along with the importance of teacher supervision.

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