MCR dramatically improves education outcomes whilst significantly enhancing confidence, resilience, self esteem and well-being
An independent evaluation conducted by ScotCen, the Scottish arm of NatCen, Britain’s largest independent social research agency, and commissioned by the Robertson Trust has established the dramatic impact of MCR Pathways’ pioneering programme, for care-experienced young people.
The three-year study, using internationally renowned research methods, has shown MCR Pathways’ relationship-based mentoring is transforming educational outcomes and post-school destinations for Scotland’s most disadvantaged young people. In addition, quantifiable benefits have been identified in confidence, aspirations and social skills of all participants.
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