Snowden Headmaster and coordinator Eugene Roundtree believes that BARR has provided his team with a framework to evaluate student progress and plan meaningful interventions for students that help them find social and academic success.
"The increased collaborative time has helped build cohesion with our grade 9 team, and the I-Times have helped us build community within our grade level team," he reported.
BARR Coordinator: Eugene C. Roundtree
BARR Coordinator @generoundtree presented today at the Urban Best Practices Summit, hosted by @MSAA_33. Great work,… https://t.co/LMrsGcxPUz
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BARR is fun! I can walk down my 9th grade hall and I can feel it. The climate has shifted. We have better relationships with our parents and with each other.
The Press-Enterprise: Hemet High helps freshmen succeed
A study found that Hemet High freshmen in the program earned significantly more credits, had higher grade-point averages and did better on math and reading tests than their ninth-grade peers not in the program.Read More
Duluth News Tribune: ‘A game changer’: Denfeld begins new work to improve student outcomes
The Duluth News Tribune profiles Denfeld High School as they begin to implement the BARR model.Read More
Today Angela Jerabek, Executive Director of the BARR Center, welcomed the newest class of BARR schools.Read More
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