Effective Schooling Practices: a research Synthesis 1995 Update



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Footnotes


1. Effective practices for assisting dropout-prone students are much the same as those for supporting any high-needs student. The functions listed in this section are those additional practices with particular relevance to reducing the incidence of dropping out at the secondary level.


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