Measures of Student Retention: Using a Virtual Line

The Problem Although high school dropout rates have decreased over the last decade, the chances of a dropout earning a living wage are decreasing even more rapidly.  Additionally, this social epidemic has shown to perpetuate poverty, not just for the individual, but for families and communities as a whole.  There is a heavy burden on the school systems to try and rectify these unfortunate statistics, and by and large, the educational sector is stepping up to the plate. A proposed plan by the … [Read more...]