Students say AVID has rewritten their future

06/27/2007 | San Diego Union-Tribune

In middle school, Shekinah Scannell was told she was "stupid" and thought she'd never graduate high school, but she's headed to college this fall and plans to become a pediatrician. She says Advancement Via Individual Determination, or AVID, transformed her by building her confidence and giving her the skills to succeed in high school and beyond.

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