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For several years, high school counsellors and administration observed that many of the dropouts fell behind in their credits due to various hardships. Interventions such as credit recovery, after-school tutoring program, and tutoring with assigned teachers during the school day often were not enough to support the most at-risk students.
They often became discouraged and dropped out because they saw no way that they could graduate from high school in four or even five years. The Alternative Graduation Pathway was developed to…… more

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