Canadian high school curbs dropouts with small class sizes

Educators in an alternative high school in Montreal say the secret to keeping pupils in school is having small class sizes, with no more than 10 to 15 students per class in Years 7 through 9. The school, to which students must be referred, also has shorter classes and a family atmosphere, and there are plans to install stationary exercise bikes in homeroom classes.

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