Our Results 2016-17
- 90% of teachers report that Project SUCCESS helps students to be better problem solvers, more self-aware of their strengths, and more motivated to succeed and set goals for the future.**
- 90% of high school students report that Project SUCCESS helps them think about their futures, set goals, and create a plan for after graduation.**
- 67% of students who attend college tours are more likely to graduate on time than students who do not participate.*
- African American and Latino students who participate in a student musical each year show a 20% average increase in GPA, greater than those who do not participate.*
Project SUCCESS works. It helps support our efforts in closing the achievement gaps. We see statistically significant positive gains in on-time graduation rates, attendance and, most importantly, grade point average.Eric Moore, Chief of Accountability, Innovation and Research, Minneapolis Public Schools
*As reported from participation data analysis by Minneapolis Public Schools Department of Research, Evaluation, Assessment and Accountability (REAA).
**As reported by independent evaluations conducted by the University of Minnesota Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement (CAREI).
Evaluation reports available upon request.
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