Student Insights Guiding Districts on Policy and Practice - Education Week

Asking students for their input on how to improve education increases engagement and contributes to a healthier school climate, district leaders and researchers say. Read More

Slashing Dropout Rate Key to Turnaround in Mass. District - Education Week

A campaign in Lawrence, Mass., to convince students not to give up on diplomas includes intensive supports and customized pathways to graduation. Read More

High Schools - Education Week

Lower-income students are much more likely to drop out of school in 9th grade than those of middle- or high-income families, according to an analysis by the National Center for Education Statistics. Read More

Dropout Prevention - Education Week

While dropping out of high school is often seen as a long, slow process of disengagement, a significant portion of students who drop out face sudden events that lead to them leaving school, such as injury or the death of a parent, according to a new report in the journal Review of Education Research. Read More

Array of Factors Drives Students From School - Education Week

In a large-scale survey, youths who left school before graduating reported that adverse events in their lives combined to push them off the academic track. Read More

Schools Explore Benefits of Peer Counseling - Education Week

Recognizing the important role social and emotional factors can play in academic success,some schools are enlisting energetic students to mentor their peers. Read More

Foster Children

Students living in foster homes are twice as likely to drop out of school as other students and significantly trail their low-income peers on other academic measures, researchers in California found. Read More

Dropout Indicators Found for 1st Graders

Researchers in Montgomery County, Md., have identified warning signals, such as poor grades or a high number of absences, that can flag students as early as 1st grade who are likely to drop out later. Read More

Language and Dropouts

English-language learners are twice as likely to drop out of school as their peers who are either native English speakers or former ELLs who have become fluent in the language. Read More

Foster Children - Education Week

Students living in foster homes are twice as likely to drop out of school as other students and significantly trail their low-income peers on other academic measures, researchers in California found. Read More

Dropout Indicators Found for 1st Graders - Education Week

Researchers in Montgomery County, Md., have identified warning signals, such as poor grades or a high number of absences, that can flag students as early as 1st grade who are likely to drop out later. Read More

Language and Dropouts - Education Week

English-language learners are twice as likely to drop out of school as their peers who are either native English speakers or former ELLs who have become fluent in the language. Read More

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