Evaluation of the Berry Street Education Model (BSEM) Darebin Schools Program Learning for all
The Berry Street Education Model (BSEM) is an educational initiative that (a) provides schools with training, curriculum and strategies to engage all students, including the most challenging, and (b) is designed to improve a school’s capacity to engage vulnerable or disadvantaged young people and help them to achieve their personal and social potential through educational achievement (Brunzell et al., 2015). It is currently being implemented at Rutland and Kimbla Primary Schools in northern metropolitan Melbourne. The implementation is part of the Darebin City Council’s Community of Practice initiative, that has as its focus supporting and bringing schools together.
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