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On BBC Education (sometimes 25 to 50 % of the) those who do not stay on for the 6th from are called drop outs yet the complsory education ends at 16 in England. What do you think about that?
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Are you askin whether we think they are drop outs or not?
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Are you askin whether we think they are drop outs or not?
Yes. In the U.S. the only way someone is considered a drop out is if that person leaves school competion of complsory (sp) education (6-17 or 18).
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I don't think they are called drop outs. They just don't want to continue on 6th form and want to do work.
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