Table 60Middle school success: Study characteristics

First Author et al., YearSample Description (Age Group)Study Design and DurationaComparison GroupsBaseline NRisk of Bias
Smith et al, 2011137Girls in foster care (ages 10–12 years)RCT

6 sessions over 3 weeks

Follow-up 6 months postbaseline
G1: MSS
G2: RFC
G1: 48
G2: 52
Overall
N = 100
Low
Kim and Leve 2011136Girls in foster care (ages 10–12 years)RCT

T1: Follow-up 6 months postbaselinea
T2: 12 months postbaseline
T3: 36 months postbaseline
G1: MSS
G2: RFC
G1: 48
G2: 52
Overall
N = 100
Medium
a

In the paper, the authors define timepoints as baseline (T1) and followup at 6 months (T2), 12 months (T3), 24 months (T4), and 36 months (T5) postbaseline. We include only the followup timepoints for which KQ 1 outcome data are reported in the paper and renumbered the timepoints accordingly.

Abbreviations: G = group; MSS = Middle School Success; N = number; RCT = randomized controlled trial; RFC = regular foster care control group; T = time.

In the paper, the authors define timepoints as baseline (T1) and followup at 6 months (T2), 12 months (T3), 24 months (T4), and 36 months (T5) postbaseline. We include only the followup timepoints for which KQ 1 outcome data are reported in the paper and renumbered the timepoints accordingly.

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