The Effects of the AVID Program on the School Performance of Students
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Educational technology -- Research.
Academic achievement -- Research.
High school students -- Research.
Education -- Research papers (Graduate)
The purpose of this study was to explore the differences in the school performance of students enrolled in the AVID program versus those students who are not enrolled in the program. The causal-comparative study utilized AVID students in a secondary program and investigated student enrollment and academic data such as attendance, GPA, and SAT scores compared to an Honors group of English 12 students. The study retained the null hypothesis of no statistically significant differences between the groups.