NCAE Soliticts Ideas on Dropout Prevention

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From NCAE:

 

North Carolina has been plagued by a less than stellar student drop-out rate for some time.  Approximately 20% of students entering 9th grade do not graduate 4 years later.

 

NCAE wants to help change the picture and believes that its members have solid suggestions for combating the challenge.

 

          Please respond to the following questions;

 

1.     What suggestions do you have for keeping high school students engaged and completing the high school course of study?

 

2.     What “best practices” does your school or school system have in place that appear to be having a positive impact on this issue?

 

3.     What ideas do you have for “reclaiming” kids who have already dropped out of school (16-21 year olds)?

 

Please send your responses to Julie.Dwyer@ncae.org by December 15, 2007.  Thank you and have a joyous Holiday Season.

 

Sincerely,

 

Eddie Davis, President

      Sheri Strickland, Vice President

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E.C. 🙂

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