- Association with peers
- Community resources
- Educational and career aspirations
- Feelings of depression
- Management practices
- Motivation and engagement
- Neighbourhood of residence
- Nutrition and physical activity
- Pedagogical and educational practices
- School climate
- School performance in reading, writing and mathematics
- Self-control and social and behavioural conduct
- Student/teacher relationship
- The determinants of school perseverance
- Tobacco, alcohol and drugs
- Value placed on education and parental involvement
- Work/school balance
A school’s capacity to intervene with at-risk youth is an important factor in preventing dropout. Research has shown that it is possible to considerably reduce the number of students with either academic or behavioural problems by organizing student services into a “wraparound” approach. This model of relies on the community to create an enveloping support network of services for troubled youth and their families. Providing services for troubled youth is a collective responsibility, one that benefits from a territorial view.
Courses of effective action
- Put in place screening and intervention mechanisms.
- Put in place organizational models that make use of universal, targeted, and personalized measures.
- Promote a climate of achievement and learning in the school.
- Work closely with families.
- Create collaborative spaces with community partners.
Source: Réunir Réussir
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School perseverance at a glance
of Montreal students obtain a diploma.
A 15.6% improvement since 2009.
of Montreal youth drop out before graduating.
A 6.3% improvement since 2009.
of Québec dropouts were in Montreal in 2018.
This represents 1,970 Montreal youth who left school without graduating in 2018.
of Montreal kindergarten students are vulnerable in at least one developmental domain.
This is higher than the Québec average of 27.7%.
of Québec elementary students living in the most underprivileged conditions are in Montreal.
An average of 25,245 Montreal families with a child under the age of 18 live in a highly underprivileged area.