Ontario to target dropout rate with new curriculum

12/9/2005 | Toronto Star, The

Ontario aims to halve its 29% dropout rate within five years through the creation of more relevant and engaging co-op courses, customizable diplomas, and legislation that would mandate students stay in school until age 18. The new programs could allow students to study the arts, technology, business, computers and other areas, in addition to required core subjects.

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