School Mentoring Programs

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School-based mentoring programs encourage academic and social success for students that are involved. It is in the best interest of a school district to house a school-based mentoring program for their students. They give the staff and administrative of a school assistance when dealing with the heist risk of the student population. These programs were established in the early 1998 with the Boys and Girls Club of America laying the foundation and structure for mentoring programs overall. There are a few type of mentoring programs such as community adult to youth, peer to peer and school-based mentoring. School-based mentoring is the focus of the paper and research. Is there really a need for a school base mentor program? The success or the