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- n. alternative spelling of dropout.
“They promote charters as desperately needed alternative to neighborhood schools they call "drop-out factories.”
“This country has a serious issued with the drop-out rate of students.”
“President Obama needs to stand his ground against these uneducated, school drop-out, sleep through class Republicans.”
“Our future says so: A quality education reduces crime, domestic violence and high school drop-out rates and increases productivity and innovation.”
“Global Voices Online » Iran: Eccentric candidates of the presidential election – Including a high school drop-out who wears a cowboy hat – is that the best you can, CIA?”
“After an eight-day secret probe, provincial police discovered the prostitution ring, which was run by three individuals including a 14-year-old girl who is a school drop-out and her 15-year-old boyfriend.”
“The drop-out rate for Bay Area Latinos is one of the highest in the state and the rate of Latino youth meeting college-entrance requirements is one of the lowest.”
“Her high school in Dallas had a high drop-out rate, but Serrano beat the odds.”
“We must, then, come to terms with two facts: (1) We must drop Utopian claims about education because education is not the sole key to overcoming social failures, but a single element in the larger working of our society, (2) claims of crisis in education are misleading since the problems we are considering (student outcomes and drop-out rates, for example) are patterns that have existed for over a century.”
“This school was on the national list of drop-out factories.”
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