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Book review of 'Wales High School: First Diagnosis'

Relojo-Howell, Dennis


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  <dc:creator>Relojo-Howell, Dennis</dc:creator>
  <dc:date>2020-06-01</dc:date>
  <dc:description>In the US, only 40% of students with emotional, behavioural, and mental health disorders progress from high school, compared to the national average of 76% (US Department of Education, 2001). Meanwhile, over 50% of students with emotional and behavioural disabilities ages 14 and older, drop out of high school. This is the highest dropout rate of any disability group (Data Resource Center for Child &amp; Adolescent Health, 2005)</dc:description>
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