N.H. dropout law will return some students to the classroom

08/5/2009 | Keene Sentinel (N.H.), The

A new law in New Hampshire that requires students to stay in school longer is forcing some dropouts back into the classroom. Lawmakers recently raised the age at which a student can leave school to 18 from 16, and schools are offering students the options such as re-enrolling, taking an equivalency test or joining a virtual school.

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