The impact of community schools on student dropout in pre-vocational education
Heers, M.; van Klaveren, C.; Groot, W.; Maassen van den Brink, H.;
Dropout prevention is highly ranked on the political agenda in many countries. It remains unclear, however, how dropout can be effectively reduced, as many different factors are determining student dropout. Community schools recognize this and modernize education such t... View more
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