Teachers from FACE locations since 2015 were asked to rate students in categories along with open comments about the participant. Sample comments come directly from the teachers, as following are both PRE and POST Survey Teacher comments, 2-lines being on same student before and after FACE session.
"A struggles with anger issues and his ability to control his behavior when he gets upset."
"A is beginning to accept teacher redirection. He has shown improvement in controlling his anger."
"V needs to take responsibility for his work and choices. He would benefit from learning to problem solve and gaining leadership skills."
"V is really working harder now to be successful. He really enjoyed the FACE program!"
"We are meeting with D's mother soon to discuss possible autism diagnosis. He is very quiet and previously home schooled."<
"SO proud of D, he's really starting to lead and participate in conversations."
"J needs to take more responsibility with his work and personal education."
"J wants to be successful. He has improved in his organizational skills and hands in assignments more frequently. He really enjoyed the program"
"N struggles to read and as a result masks his insecurity with humor."
"N is showing potential to be a classroom leader."
"C. seems very unsure of his abilities and has little confidence when working or speaking in class."
"I have seen a big difference in C's class behaviors. He is raising his hand to answer questions in class - Thank You!"
"L. has problems with outbursts and hitting, being hyperactive and could not focus."
"L has shown HUGE SUCCESS!"
"J. needs Help! A very angry/depressed boy who craves love and attention."
"E. is easily frustrated and gives up instead of putting forth extra effort. His mother passed away last year."
"J. wants things to go her way and gets upset if they don't. She will then act out and refuse to work."
"K. has told me he doesn't think he is worth anything."
"A. has become more calm in class and handles disappointment much better, she is also expressing her leadership in a more positive way."
"V. has become more assertive with her classmates and advocating for herself."