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Dropout Prevention

Make High School Graduation a Priority


Make High School Graduation a Priority


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    This is a snapshot of the NCES report The Condition of Education 2010, which covers important education developments and trends in the United States.
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    This publication (2009) is based on a discussion of challenges involved in increasing graduation rates and useful strategies that have proven successful.
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    This guide is an excellent resource for NEA state and local affiliates that want to help communities develop tailored plans for keeping students on track.
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    The latest statistics about national and state graduation rates in two reports from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).
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    Earning sufficient credits from year to year in middle and high school is a significant predictor of graduating.
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    New original research report out of the Center for Public Education details the outcomes of students who take longer than four years to graduate high school.
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    New NEA guide can help affiliates play an important role in preventing students from dropping out of school.
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    New practice guide from Department of Education.
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    Latest in NCES series (June 2007).

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