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Dumping Ground or Effective Alternative: Dropout-Prevention Programs in Urban Schools
Focusing on students’ perspectives, this article examines whether an urban dropout-prevention program offers students effective alternatives to regular classes or if, instead, the program is simply a dumping ground for unwanted students. Findings generated from interviews and observations suggest both.
Author/Creator: Groth, C.
Author's address: Corwin Press, Inc.
A Sage Publications Company
2455 Teller Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320-2218
Date Published: May
Journal/Secondary Title: Urban Education
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