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NCSE Offers Online Course on Preventing Truancy and Dropout

March 2, 2011

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The National Center for School Engagement is offering a new online course called "Truancy and Dropout: Mending Cracks in the Graduation Pipeline." The course helps schools and communities prevent students from becoming truant or dropping out. It discusses best practices schools can use to increase attendance and help students graduate, as well as tips for researching state laws and guidelines and for conducting an evaluation.

Registration is available online.


For more information, go to http://www.schoolengagement.org/truancypreventionregistry/admin/Resources/Resources/TruancyandDropoutMendingtheCracksintheGraduationPipeline.pdf.

To register, visit http://www.partnershipuniversity.org/.


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