Why Teenagers Drop out of School?

Lindita Ibrahimi Durmishi


Nowadays we come across a negative phenomenon that has its roots in a much earlier time: the school dropout of senior students. Despite having been said, deining an actipg in the best mitigation and dissovement of this phenomenon, the today reality, based on actual statistical data shows that there remains much to do for its disappearance. Given the knowledge of the causes and factors that influence this phenomenon, will aim to prove the hypothesis that academic institution plays a priority role, on the one hand, in facilitating its elimination and, on the other hand, on the functional coordination of relations between institutional triad: family-school-society. The main goal of this paper is the research, discovery and interpretation of causes, key factors that directly affect dropping out of school by the group age of Albanian teenagers or youngers. Knowing the motives and reasons why this group age reaches the action and behavior (even with a deviant background), such as school dropout, enables us to detect and interpret the causes and factors that constrain them. The methods we used are: research methods (data and statistics from different sources of information about the number of students, their origin, and socioeconomic status), questionnaires and interviews with a broad sample of adolescents (3 Elbasan district schools, age 12-18 years old), case study or biography, methods of analysis and interpretation of data, factorial causing interpretation.

Keywords: adolescence, school dropout, secret abandonment, education model, communication model, school context.

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