Effects of a Data Driven, Individualized and Multifaceted Intervention Program on Eighth Grade Students' Achievement in Mathematics

Rusen Meylani


This paper reveals the results of a data driven, individualized and multifaceted intervention program piloted at a southwestern urban school district at a Title I minority school that served free breakfast and lunch to 99% of the students. Results of the benchmark tests as well as the statewide high-stakes tests show that the intervention was a success. The success of the intervention program was due to not only its careful planning but also the careful execution of its aspects that were all in place. The intervention proved to be a cheap, scalable strategy that can be implemented to improve the performance of high-poverty schools. As a result, the intervention program became the district-wide standard practice in the new school year.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ire.v3i1.6119


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