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The silent epidemic

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The silent epidemic

  1. 1. The Silent Epidemic BY: MARLENYS MORA PERIOD 6 MR. ANDRADE
  2. 2. CAUSES:REASONS WHY STUDENTS DROP OUT.
  3. 3. CLASSES WEREN’T INTERESTINGNearly 47% of students said that they dropped out because classes werent interesting. They were boring
  4. 4. MAKING MONEY$32% said they needed to get a job to make money to support a family or just simply chose to do that as a living instead.
  5. 5. TOO MUCH FREEDOM38% said they had too much freedom and not enough rules.
  6. 6. PREVETION: WHAT MIGHT HELP STUDENTS STAY IN SCHOOL.
  7. 7. COMUNICATIONSchools and teachers should strengthen their communication with parents and work with them to make sure that students show up and do their work .
  8. 8. IMPROVEMENTImprove teaching curricula to make school more relevant and engaging the enhance the connection between school and work.
  9. 9. STUDENT TEACHER RELATIONSHIPSIf a teacher has a strong relationship with a student the student is more likely to stay in school and be motivated because they will have an adult inside school to support him or her.
  10. 10. OPINION: WHATDO I THINK MIGHT HELP STUDENT STAY IN SCHOOL.
  11. 11. EXTRA CURICULA ACTIVITIES I believe this would helpstudents be more engaged in school
  12. 12. MORE HANDS ON WORK AND FIELD TRIPSThis makes class more entertaining and helps kids stay interested in class.
  13. 13. Career Pathways In school everyday I hear “Im not going to need this in life when I grow older” Ifschools had career path ways students will most likely be more engaged in school due to the fact that they will be learning about something they want to do in life.

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