Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
Dr. Carla Sparks
Mentorship in secondary schools can affect the course of students’ academic and personal life trajectories. Human association based on trust is the paste that connects students’ academic and individual lives and helps them sort out their fates. The purpose of my study was to determine how strong mentoring relationships between adults and children at risk for social and academic failure have been associated with improvements in academic performance, school attendance, and self-image. My study explored the efficacy of the development and implementation of one specific school-based mentoring program for students with disabilities. Through this study, I endeavored to demonstrate the merits and difficulties of a school-based mentoring program for students with behavioral disabilities.
Brown, Ranita, "Impact of School-Based Mentorship Programs for Students with Disabilities" (2022). Dissertations. 684.