In a recent study by Stanford University and the University of Texas, at-risk students were asked to complete brief online assignments focused on improving “growth mindset” and “sense of purpose.” THE Journal reports that according to information from Stanford University, “[t]he results showed that among students at risk for dropping out (one-third of the sample), both interventions raised grade-point-averages and increased the rate at which the students performed satisfactorily in each course by 6.4 percentage points.”


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