Hundreds of students on the verge of falling through the cracks on the path to college have a safety net they call AVID. It stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination, and offers study skills to middle-tier students and helps them with college applications.
Worry rose over the future of the program when Gov. Jerry Brown did not include AVID funding in his June budget. But local school officials say the program is safe.
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