One in five Canadian students don’t graduate high school

Raise dropout age to increase employment and earnings: report
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|hrreporter.com|Last Updated: 01/11/2006

Raising the minimum age for leaving school above 16 would help solve Canada's high school dropout dilemma, says a C.D. Howe Institute commentary.

One in five young adults lack a high school diploma, which, according to the report

Stay in School: New Lessons on the Benefits of Raising the Legal School-Leaving Age