CSTL PULSE

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You can do your part to raise awareness about dropout prevention strategies by actively showing support for the cause on social media. We want to change perceptions about why learners drop out so that society does not blame so-called ‘lazy and irresponsible teenagers’ for the high rate of dropout. In fact, dropout comes at the end of a long process of disengagement in which a learner is pushed or pulled away from school, often because of factors beyond their control. We need to catch learners before they drop out by implementing Early Warning Systems (EWS) that trigger the right type of support at the right time.

Right click on an image, or tap and hold to download an image to share to your social media to raise awareness about school dropout. You can also make one of these images your new profile picture.

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