The results of the analysis can be summarized in the 68 different studies. It had been found that around 67 % of the overall studies had been appeared after the year 2000. Also most of these had not been the actual published technical reports. Around half of these programs actually served around 46 % of the elementary students, while around one third of the people actually served around 37 % students from the junior high. Others included high school students. If the methodological features are considered, around 35 % of all the employees actually considered the randomized method for the purpose of design while the value of the mean attrition was around 10 % and the overall reliability had been accepted by 73 % of the outcomes. Around 25 of the overall studies didn’t give the overall ethnicity of the participants who are there at post. The remaining 43 gives the information in a number of different ways.
Amidst some of the latter studies, most of the students were predominantly youth students. There isn’t much information on most of the socioeconomic status of the different participants and their families in around half of the reports (k=31 or 46%). On the basis of the manner in which the other studies had been reported, around 17 studies had belonged to the people of low income groups while 13 studies served those youth who were from both low and middle income groups. In the next table, the mean effects had been studied for the eight different outcome categories. Other than this, the number of studies had been observed which makes the contributing data for the different categories. The mean effect which failed to meet the actual statistical significance included the mean effects which were there for the attendance of the schools.
In the next table there are around 41 SAFE programs which have been evaluated at that post which followed four different kinds of skill related practices. The data in the above table indicators if SAFE Programs are also associated with some of the significant mean effects for each and every outcome. There was a very few data which were related to the participants.