Hands-On Achievement: Why Massachusetts Vocational Technical Schools Have Low Dropout Rates January 2013 by Alison L. Fraser with William Donovan In Massachusetts, where an average of 10,000 high school students have dropped out of school annually over each of the past 10 years, the state’s vocational-technical high school network has been particularly effective at keeping students in school. This white paper presents case studies, and offers recommendations for state legislators and policymakers.

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