Report: Long-time students are more likely to graduate from Mich. district

03/11/2014 | Press & Guide (Southgate, Mich.)

An analysis of the class of 2013 shows that students who remained in Dearborn Public Schools in Michigan since middle school were more likely to graduate on time. The analysis finds that 20% of students who finished eighth grade in a district middle school dropped out before finishing four years of high school. Associate Superintendent Gail Shenkman said the statistics point to a need for more support programs in high school for students who live in poverty and face language barriers.

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