Student wellbeing programs improve academic outcomes
Academic achievement, Outcomes of education, Literacy, Numeracy, Well being, Systematic reviews
A systematic review and meta-analysis of 78 high-quality evaluations of school-based wellbeing programs reveals both academic and non-academic benefits, with students in the interventions up to four months ahead in their learning, compared to their control group peers.
Dix, Katherine; Ahmed, Kashfee; Carslake, Toby; Sniedze-Gregory, Shani; O'Grady, Elizabeth; Trevitt, Jenny. (October 2020) 'Student wellbeing programs improve academic outcomes', Discover, ACER. https://www.acer.org/au/discover/article/student-wellbeing-programs-improve-academic-outcomes
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Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)