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Report: The progress of education reform 2007: Dropout prevention

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Categories

SCHOOLS, high school, EDUCATION, secondary education, EQUITY, outcomes, BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION, dropout prevention

Areas

DISTRICT:inclusive leadership for equity and accountability

Authors

Education Commission of the States,

Published

2007, 8/5/2010

Publisher

Education Commission of States

Abstract

While a common assumption is that students drop out of school because of their social background and school behaviors, the findings from these studies demonstrate that schools can exert important organizational effects on students’ decisions to drop out or stay in school. The research included here holds a number of implications for policy

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