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Predictors of high school graduation or dropping out for youths with severe disturbances
A study investigated the predictors of high school graduation or dropping out for youths with severe emotional disturbances (SED). Participants were 664 18- to 27-year-old youths who had a primary disability label of SED and left school prior to 1990. The results revealed that 50 percent of the participants had dropped out of school. Students with missing data on vocational education and counseling in high school displayed a significantly greater tendency to drop out.
Author/Creator: Rylance, B. J.
Date Published: November
Journal/Secondary Title: Behavioral Disorders
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