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Achievement Mentoring

About This Resource

Achievement Mentoring (formerly Behavioral Monitoring and Reinforcement Program) is a school-based intervention designed to change the negative school behavior of middle school adolescents. Students meet in small groups and systematically work through behavior change. The intervention consists of four components: (1) Collecting up-to-date information about each student's school-related behavior; (2) Providing systematic feedback to the student and/or the parents about the student's behavior; (3) Attaching point values to the student's behavior to earn incentives; and (4) Helping the student figure out how he/she can earn more points. The program lasts for two years.

Blueprints Registry

Rating: Promising

Link: https://www.blueprintsprograms.o...

Crime Solutions from National Institute of Justice Registry

Rating: Promising


National Dropout Prevention Center Registry

Rating: Strong Evidence


Cost Information: 

No cost information available


Spanish: Only program brochure & parent letter

Who This Resource Is For


  • Behavioral Health
  • Mentoring
  • Substance Use Prevention
  • Support Tier: 

  • Tier 1
  • Tier 2
  • Age Range: 

  • Middle
  • Language: 

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Ethnicity: 

  • African American/Black
  • Asian
  • Hispanic/Latino
  • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
  • White
  • Other
  • Community Type: 

  • Suburban
  • Urban