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Hidden Dropouts

Indiana cracks down on loophole, counting 1,000 ‘hidden dropouts’

New Indiana law puts pressure on high schools to reduce home-school withdrawals

New policy aims to stop Indiana high schools from writing off students who fall behind

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Hidden dropouts: Most Indiana students have fallen behind when they leave to home-school

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IPS regains control of 3 schools in a dramatic end to state takeover

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Database: Find out how many home-schoolers were left out of Indiana’s 2019 graduation rates

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Manual’s graduation rate plunges after state audit cuts down the number of home-schoolers

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After rejection, Charter Schools USA could shop for charters for Indianapolis turnaround schools

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McCormick questions Manual officials about high home-school numbers

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IPS finds a powerful charter ally in its 11th hour bid to win back takeover schools

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Charter Schools USA finds support for charter applications as critics stay silent at public hearing

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Charter Schools USA wants permission to stay in Indianapolis. Now is your chance to weigh in.

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Find how many students left your high school to home-school

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Over 1,000 students have left this Indiana district to home-school. Can it solve its hidden dropout problem?

Out of all high schools in the state, Muncie Central recorded the highest number of students in the class of 2018 leaving to home-school.

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Hidden dropouts: How Indiana schools can write off struggling students as home-schoolers

When students are recorded as leaving to home-school in Indiana, they’re left out of a school’s graduation calculations, as though they never attended at all.

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