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Almost 20K Quit Classes After School Break: Officials Concerned

By Wendy Anders Every year public school administrators in Costa Rica face a troubling school drop-out reality, both at the start of the school year and mid-year. This year has been no different, reported Radio Monumental yesterday, with close to 20,000 kindergarten – university public education students failing to return after the two-week mid-year break that just ended. According to Sonia Parrales, board member of the Guidance Counsellors Profesional Association, who was interviewed on the radio, schools need to do everything in their power to keep students in the classroom, from preventing bullying to making school an enjoyable experience. She…

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