Bridgeland John M., DiIulio John J. Jr. & Burke Morison Karen (2006). The Silent Epidemic : Perspectives of High School Dropouts. Washington : Civic Enterprises. En ligne : <http://www.civicenterpr ... esilentepidemic3-06.pdf>.
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|Resource type: Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Bridgeland2006
Keywords: adĂ©quation scolaire, dĂ©crochage
Creators: Bridgeland, Burke Morison, DiIulio
Publisher: Civic Enterprises (Washington)
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|URLs http://www.civicen ... ntepidemic3-06.pdf|
"The central message of this report is that while some students drop out because of significant academic challenges, most dropouts are students who could have, and believe they could have, succeeded in school. This survey of young people who left high school without graduating suggests that, despite career aspirations that require education beyond high school and a majority having grades of a C or better, circumstances in students' lives and an inadequate response to those circumstances from the schools led to dropping out. While reasons vary, the general categories remain the same, whether in inner city Los Angeles or suburban Nebraska."
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