Project Team Impact

Through years of research and data collection conducted by Penn State University, we have learned Project TEAM has made the following impact in schools:

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Incidents of physical aggression are down

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Defiant behavior incidents are down

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Incidents of disruptive behavior are down

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Increase in the belief that their school is creating a culture where educators have an instilled sense of pride and ownership

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of staff believe their students can be successful versus 75% before Project TEAM was implemented.

  • Students with the lowest scores of feeling connected to schools (the hardest students to reach) have increased their feelings of school connectedness.
  • Students are more likely to think about career goals when they feel connected to school.
  • Students feel that being part of Project TEAM helps them in school.
  • Students are using what they learn from Project TEAM to deal with situations in their lives.
  • Students who indicated they were bullies are no longer reporting they are bullies.
  • Students who indicated they were targets of bullying are no longer reporting they are targets.
  • Student incidents of skipping class have decreased by 97%.
  • Student incidents of degrading a peer have decreased by 92%.

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