- n. Plural form of leaver.
“The number of school leavers is expected to plummet over the next 10 years, leaving 70,000 university places unfilled - the equivalent of nearly six universities.”
“A: No two "leavers" are exactly the same, but some patterns did emerge.”
“Such "leavers" cannot be held against a school, district or state and shouldn't be counted as dropouts.”
“But here's what is potentially troubling: there were another 61,179 students in the Class of 2009 who were written off as "leavers," and they don't show up in any of these calculations.”
“Let's be generous and say that fully 95 percent of the students reported as "leavers" really did leave the state system.”
“These "leavers" aren't dropouts, but they aren't necessarily graduates either.”
“And these are the four categories into which the vast majority of "leavers" in Texas fall.”
“They are the "leavers" to the "takers" of what we ave let our society become.”
“No wonder we have such a high divorce rate and studies show the 'leavers' are even less happy than before.”
“ACI/CPP or the "leavers" (either ACNA or other denominations).”
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