• What Research Says...

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  • What Research Says...

  • Using the Developmental Assets Profile, a well established and highly utilized social emotional learning assessment tool by Search Institute, data showed Right Club students were “thriving” in their school environment and had substantial gains over the school year in social emotional skills, including:

    • Positive values (+64%)
    • Feeling empowered (+35%)
    • Social skills (+20%)
    • Commitment to learning (+20%)
    • Understanding boundaries and expectations (+19%)
    • Positive identity (+ 14%)

    Source: 2015-16 school year, Germantown and Dunlap districts, IL, Developmental Assets Profile from SearchInstitute.org.

    In a district-wide study examining end-of-year report card data for students in first-year Right Club programs, initial data showed:

    • Compared to non-Right Club students, first year Right Club students performed better in literacy (reading comprehension) and engagement (personal & intellectual engagement in learning in school).

    Source: Pembina Trails School Division, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 2017-18.