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The current study examined the effectiveness of a supervised mentoring program on the academic achievement of low‐income students in Seoul, South Korea. When compared to the control group, both elementary and middle school students exposed to the mentoring program improved in mathematic and reading comprehension. These findings provide support for mentoring programs as a means to reduce resource inequity in low‐income school districts.
Updated: Jul. 05, 2011