Psychosocial risk and protective factors of secondary school dropout in Luxembourg: the protocol of an exploratory case-control study

January 2011
BMC Public Health;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p555
Academic Journal
The article presents a study providing a more comprehensive analysis of the psychosocial risk and protective factors of secondary school dropout in Luxembourg. The study also compared the findings with those by a matched control group of regularly enrolled students. The study found that there is an evident need for action as school dropouts face a serious risk of long term professional and social marginalization.


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