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While school officials, politicians and researchers often clash over the correct policy to reduce dropout rates, the right way to measure those figures can be just as controversial. "Looking at dropout rates is a very tricky thing to do," said Jane Hannaway, a vice president at the American Institutes for Research. "If a student moved from, say, D.C. to Prince George's County, they could easily...

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