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  • Only half of youths involved in problem behaviors graduate on time

    Social work professor Kevin Tan found in a recent study that addressing middle school students’ problems with bullying, fighting and attendance may be critical to ensuring they graduate high school on time.

    Social work professor Kevin Tan found in a recent study that addressing middle school students’ problems with bullying, fighting and attendance may be critical to ensuring they graduate high school on time.

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  • Editor’s notes: To reach Kevin Tan, call 217-300-4432; email kevintan@illinois.edu

    The paper “Gender differences in patterns of school victimization and problem behaviors during middle school and their relation to high school graduation” is available online from Sage or the News Bureau.