We have a culturally diverse school -- Would the PAX Good Behavior Game fit in?

Cultural background can affect just about every important factor in classroom management, and in culturally diverse schools there is always a challenge to make sure instruction and programming really reach all the students they are intended to help. PAX has been effective in many cultural settings and with children of many ethnicities, because it is designed with the flexibility to fit the unique histories and cultures of each school, community, and student population. The Good Behavior Game’s essential outcomes are desirable for all students: the abilities to delay gratification, to work together, to withstand disappointment, to notice the good in self and others, and to achieve a sense of belonging and purpose.