Students Left Behind: Measuring 10(th) to 12(th) Grade Student Persistence Rates in Texas High Schools.

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The No Child Left Behind Act requires states to publish high school graduation rates for public schools and the U.S. Department of Education is currently considering a mandate to standardize high school graduation rate reporting. However, no consensus exists among researchers or policy-makers about how to measure high school graduation rates. In this paper… (More)

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@article{Domina2010StudentsLB, title={Students Left Behind: Measuring 10(th) to 12(th) Grade Student Persistence Rates in Texas High Schools.}, author={Thurston Domina and Bonnie Ghosh-Dastidar and Marta Tienda}, journal={Educational evaluation and policy analysis}, year={2010}, volume={32 2}, pages={324-346} }