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WIN Learning Announces Strategic Partnership with the National Dropout Prevention Center/Network

WIN Learning and the National Dropout Prevention Center/Network, have formed a strategic partnership to help students recognize the personal relevance of their education, reach their learning potential, and graduate from high school ready for college or career.
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In an effort to close the lingering gaps in graduation rates for many groups of disengaged or disadvantaged students, WIN Learning, developers of the WIN Career Readiness System, and the National Dropout Prevention Center/Network (NDPC/N), have formed a strategic partnership to help students graduate from high school ready for college or career.

WIN Learning will support NDPC/N efforts to inform all stakeholders about college and career readiness measures that exist. Both organizations will participate in both regional and national discussions, events, and conferences that drive a greater societal conversation on strategies designed to invigorate graduation rates.

Founded in 1986 and headquartered on the Clemson University campus in Clemson, South Carolina, the NDPC/N provides research and effective, evidence-based solutions that can be used by schools, districts, and communities in their efforts to decrease dropout rates, and increase graduation rates nationally.

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