Positive Action Program Improves Student Behavior and Test Scores

A study by Oregon State University researchers found that Positive Action, a program that teaches social and emotional skills and character development to elementary school children, can improve academic test scores as much as 10 percent on national standardized math and reading tests. Read the full report (PDF) or visit the Positive Action website to learn more.   

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