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Problematic of dropout and school reintegration of girls in the Democratic Republic of Congo from 1960 to 2010.

School dropout is a process that leads a young person in initial education to break away from the training system until he or she leaves school before graduating. This stall is a clear social problem that appeals to parents, teachers, managers and political leaders alike. It is often apprehended as a female problem in the Democratic Republic of Congo; since they are statistically more likely to drop out of high school than boys. Hence, this research aims first of all to apprehend this phenomenon from the point of view of drop-outs, then to identify the factual consequences for the future of both the concerned and the society; finally, while drawing inspiration from educational models that have proved their worth, propose reeducation perspectives specific to the Congolese context

Date:10 Dec 2018 →  Today
Keywords:School dropout
Disciplines:Biological and physiological psychology, General psychology, Other psychology and cognitive sciences
Project type:PhD project