Evidence Base 

The award-winning Too Good programs have undergone rigorous, independent evaluation studies to measure their effects on students' skills, attitudes, intentions, and behaviors. Studies have been published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at national evaluation conferences. These studies demonstrate the effectiveness of Too Good.

Evaluation Studies

Each Too Good evaluation study was conducted by third-party researchers and used randomized treatment-control group designs (pre-test/post-test, 20-week post-test, or one-year follow-up). The Researchers examined pre-test equivalence between treatment and control groups; potential bias of loss of student data over time; quality of program implementation; and estimates of reliability and validity of assessment tools.

Too Good for Drugs K-8

Too Good for Violence K-8

Too Good for Drugs K-8

Too Good for Violence K-8

Too Good for Drugs K-8

Too Good for Drugs K-8

After School Activites 

Organization/AgencyTGFD K-8TGFV K-8TGFD&V High School
NREPP: National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs & Practices Reviewed evaluation
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Promising Practices Network: Programs that Work Screened program
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SAMHSA: Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration  Model program Model program Model program
What Works Clearinghouse: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Science Positive effects on behavior Positive effect on behavior & knowledge, attitudes & values Positive effect on behavior & knowledge, attitudes & values