Student Success Skills: An Evidence-based Cognitive and Social Change Theory for Student Achievement

@article{Lemberger2012StudentSS,
  title={Student Success Skills: An Evidence-based Cognitive and Social Change Theory for Student Achievement},
  author={Matthew E. Lemberger and Greg A. Brigman and Linda D. Webb and M Moore},
  journal={Journal of Education},
  year={2012},
  volume={192},
  pages={89 - 99}
}
An overview of the Student Success Skills (SSS) program is offered, including descriptions of the curricular structure, extant research support related to SSS effectiveness for academic achievement and improved school behaviors, and a theory of change for student development. Recent research has demonstrated the value of the SSS program as it connects to student academic achievement and related learning outcomes. To demonstrate how these findings can be generalized as a theory of change in… Expand

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