Prosocial Behavior Program is Showing Positive Results in Missouri Schools

(MISSOURINET)-  A University of Missouri research project to help create a more positive learning environment in some Missouri public schools appears to be working. The effort uses prosocial behavior techniques to help fifth grade math and science students understand how their behavior affects others. State Board of Education member Kim Bailey, of Raymore, is pleased with the results so far.

The program launched in 2019 and includes 25 public school districts.

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