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Senate bill: No dropouts until age 18

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Senate bill: No dropouts until age 18

Iowa students wouldn’t be able to quit school until they were 18 years old under an Iowa Senate bill generating debate about the best ways to address high school dropout rates in a competitive global economy. About one in 10 Iowa high school students currently fails to graduate within four years, according to the Iowa Department of Education. Iowa law now requires students to attend classes starting at age 6 and until they are 16 years old.
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