AIR debuts new video on the BARR model
Today, our research partners at American Institutes for Research (AIR) debuted a video about their evaluation of the BARR model with a look into its implementation at West Valley High School, in Hemet, CA. West Valley is one of more than 80 schools across the country that have leveraged the model to build positive relationships and improve student outcomes.
AIR’s evaluation of the model has shown that it improves students’ academic performance, reduces course failures, and builds relationships.
Watch the video and read more from the American Institutes for Research:
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