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Legislation headed to Gov. Steve Beshear for his signature could make it easier to make sure students stay in school.
School districts in Kentucky will be allowed to raise the minimum dropout age for their students under Senate Bill 97, which cleared the General Assembly on March 11.
The bill, sponsored by Sen. David Givens, R-Greensburg, will allow local school districts across the state to increase the compulsory attendance age to 18 for their students beginning in the 2015 school year.
Currently, Kentucky students may drop out of high school at the age of 16.
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