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Date:6/4/2009

larly those who demonstrate persistent academic difficulties, are being addressed consistently," the authors concluded.

Each year in the United States, 5 percent to 10 percent of students are held back. About 10 percent of students aged 16 to 19 have repeated a grade, according to the news release.

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-- Robert Preidt



SOURCE: JAMA/Archives journals, news release, June 1, 2009


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