Friday, April 15, 2011

Governor's dropout proposal falls short of graduating

Gov. Beshear's desire to force kids to remain in school until age 18 gets a failing grade for many reasons. It fails to consider: the dramatic cost involved, the effect it would have on students who actually want to be in school and the fact that similar policies in other states generally do not result in dramatic increases in graduation rates.

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