Research suggests that highly mobile students (students who enter
and leave school other than at the beginning or end of the school
year) are less successful academically, drop out of school at
higher rates, and require more frequent disciplinary action. This
study, Student mobility in rural and nonrural districts in five
Central Region states, calculated student mobility percentages in
five Central Region states and compared mobility by locale (city,
suburb, town, and rural locale) and found no consistent patterns.
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