Way back in the 70's they tried to slow or stop student drop out. It was a complete failure. Fact is, students drop out almost entirely because of home-life problems. As homelife in the United States has gotten much worse since the 70's they stopped trying to reduce drop outs and now try to focus on school safety for those who can stay in. Divorce (52% in the United States in 2000 ad), Poverty (30 million working poor in the United States in 2005) and the death of the American Dream (owning your own home) has resulted in a huge increase in school drop-outs that will not be diminished in your lifetime. yes but it didnt work maybe home schooling would help children need fun at school not boredem
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