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Where is AVID? *Numbers as of 10/1/11 AVID impacts more than 700,000 students in 46 states and 16 other countries/U.S. territories AVID Divisions.

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5 Where is AVID? *Numbers as of 10/1/11 AVID impacts more than 700,000 students in 46 states and 16 other countries/U.S. territories AVID Divisions

6 The AVID impact on schools Increases enrollment in advanced academic courses (Pre AP/Honors) and increases the rigor of all courses Implements instructional best practices for all students in the school Creates a college-going culture throughout the school

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22 AVID aligns with the Common Core COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS AVID Are aligned with college and work expectations Is focused on preparing students to become college and career ready Are clear, understandable, and consistent Is based on a clear set of 11 Essentials Include rigorous content and application of knowledge through high-over skills Provides rigor in the classroom through higher-level thinking activities Build upon strengths and lessons of current state standards Supports the implementation of all state standards in all content areas Are informed by other top-performing countries so that all students are prepared to succeed in our global economy and society Prepares all students for college readiness and success in a global society Are evidenced-based Is based on more than 30 years of data

23 Eighth graders taking Algebra AVID General Data Collection , 8 th graders enrolled in AVID, n = 70,071 COMPARATOR: National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES), Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, The number of AVID 8 th graders enrolled in Algebra is almost 50% higher than the national average.

24 AVID students participate in AP Rate of participation in AP classes by race/ethnicity AVID compared to students with AP Potential AVID Senior Data Collection The 8th Annual AP Report to the Nation, Feb 2012, College Board *2011 graduates with AP potential

25 AP test-taker comparison Students who took at least one AP test AVID Senior Data Collection The 8th Annual AP Report to the Nation, Feb 2012, College Board

26 AP test-takers by ethnicity Students who took at least one AP test by ethnicity AVID Senior Data Collection The 8th Annual AP Report to the Nation, Feb 2012, College Board

27 AVID closes the achievement gap AVID Center. AVID Senior Data Collection. Study of 33,204 AVID Seniors, [Electronic Database]. ( ). Manhattan Institute, Education Working Paper Greene, J.P., Forster, G. "Public High School Graduation and College Readiness Rates in the U.S.” *(Filipino and Other not classified in Manhattan Institute study) National data represents the most current comprehensive data available

28 2012 AVID seniors AVID Center. AVID Senior Data Collection. Study of 32,991 AVID Seniors, [Electronic Database]. ( ).  89.9% plan to enroll in a college or university % plan to enroll in a four-year university % plan to enroll in a two-year college

29 70% qualify for free and reduced-price lunch AVID Center. AVID Senior Data Collection. Study of 33,204 AVID Seniors, [Electronic Database]. ( ).

30 Parents’ Highest Level of Education Demographics: 2012 AVID seniors

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32 AVID students in college

33 Impact of AP on college graduation rates The Relationship Between Advanced Placement and College Graduation (National Center for Educational Accountability) Student GroupAP Exam Grade of 3, 4, 5 AP Exam Grade of 1, 2 Took AP course but not Exam African American28% higher22% higher16% higher Hispanic28% higher12% higher10% higher White33% higher22% higher20% higher Low-Income26% higher17% higher12% higher Not Low-Income34% higher23% higher19% higher

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