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February 21, 2018

[In the News]: D.C.’s Scandal and the Nationwide Problem of Fudging Graduation Numbers

The most recent school system reporting a higher graduation rate than it deserved—in the District of Columbia—is just the latest example in a growing case file of school systems where investigators have uncovered bogus graduation-rate… Continue Reading

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July 13, 2017

Case Study: European Union Aims to Realign Needs of Student and Teacher in Digital Age

[July 2017] Having grown up with computers, Google and smartphones, students of the millennial generation and younger are very comfortable with the concept of learning via technology. In contrast, traditional pedagogy has not kept pace… Continue Reading

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July 6, 2017

Case Study: Dropout Recovery Pilot Program in Denmark on Track for 83% Graduation Rate

[July 2017] Gladsaxe Municipality near Copenhagen, Denmark provides free secondary school academic training for students over the age of 18 who have either dropped out or not earned an equivalent secondary diploma or certificate. CuroGens Learning… Continue Reading

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