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Author(s):Haney, W., Madaus, G., and Abrams, L
Title:Where have all the students gone
Source:http://www.bc.edu/research/nbetpp/statements/nb...
Date:2003
Organization:Boston College
Short Description:Documents a study showing Southern states and New York lead the nation in low graduation rates and in decline of students between 9th and 10th grades.
Annotation:This news release documents a study showing Southern states and New York lead the nation in low graduation rates and in decline of students between 9th and 10th grades. Florida, according to the study, has the worst record of educational progress in the country.
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