Scarring effects of primary-grade retention?

26 septiembre 2014

The effect of scarring in the educational career in the case of primary-grade retention has been explored in a new article. Research found that primary-grade retention has lasting effects on educational attainments well after a student is initially retained: Retaining a child in early primary school reduces his or her odds of high school completion by about 60 percent in propensity score matching and sibling fixed-effects models.