Older dropouts sharing Texas classrooms with teens

02/19/2009 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

A Texas law that changed education funding rules now allows students as old as 25 to enroll in public high schools, and some are worried that the classroom situation could put younger students at risk. The new law was written to deal with high school dropouts, and some districts already have opened schools for older students to ensure the safety of younger students.

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