Study: Early intervention reduces dropout rates later on

(Mass.) Elementary school students who participated in a comprehensive intervention program that addressed both academic and non-academic challenges were about half as likely as their peers to drop out of high school, according to a new study.

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CTE draws a lot of student interest, fewer finishers

(Calif.) New research suggests a troubling trend with respect to the hundreds of millions of dollars being pumped into career technical education—the large number of students that start the program but do not finish.

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