While Minnesota’s overall high school graduation rate is relatively high, researchers and advocates wanted to know whether the high school graduation rates for teens who have had contact with the child protection system in Minnesota were different from those found in other state studies.
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Larson, Anita; Jefferys, Marcie.
High School Graduation and Child Welfare: A Description of the Education Status of Older Minnesota Adolescents in the Academic Year After Substantiated Child Maltreatment Findings.
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