High School Graduate Requirements: Effects on Dropping Out and Student Achievement
by Thomas B. Hoffer — 1997
This study examines effects of legislation requiring high school students to complete at least three years of mathematics on three types of outcomes: the kinds of mathematics courses students complete during high school, high school dropout rates, and mathematics achievement test score gains during high school.
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