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This qualitative case study explored principals’, teachers’, and counselors’ perceptions regarding curricular, instructional, and cocurricular factors influencing students’ disengagement and dropping out. Battin-Pearson’s academic mediation theory and student-centered learning framed the study. Results indicated a multitiered system of support to identify and monitor at-risk students. Findings can lead to strategies to help address the social problem of dropouts.

Publication Date

1-18-2019

City

Tampa, FL

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Curricular, Instructional, and Co-curricular Factors Perceived to Influence Students Dropping Out

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