School children are able to fulfill their academic and life potential due with training in social and emotional skills. Many children report chronic academic and social pressures at school and home. A survey conducted by the American Psychological Association in 2009, for example, found that 45% of US teens were stressed by school pressures. Chronic stress in children can in turn undermine learning; chronic exposure to stress increases wear and tear on areas of the brain associated with executive control (ability to martial attention, use working memory and exercise inhibition), language and other cognitive and behavioral functions. Mission Be offers a solution to academic and social pressure and gives children the tools to self-regulate.