Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
Dr. Edie Sohigian
Dr. Stefanie Shames
The purpose of my research was to determine if the use of AVID strategies had any impact on academic achievement and college and career readiness. Additionally, I evaluated whether AVID school-wide can support all students. The context of this study included AVID Teachers and AVID Coordinators across the United States. The outcomes indicated that 80% of AVID students enrolled in the AVID Elective successfully completed rigorous course work. Furthermore, the study outcomes disclosed which strategies supported students the most with academic success. The AVID coordinators often used writing strategies, while the AVID teachers used collaborative strategies to support student learning.
Cooks, Patra and Smith, Patra W., "The Impact of Using AVID and AVID Schoolwide on Achievement, Equity, Access, and Opportunities for High School Students: A Program Evaluation Project" (2021). Dissertations. 630.
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